How is the way we work changing in enterprises? And what will it look like in five years? A newly released report on the state of enterprise work reveals a workplace beset with old tools and practices, and growing optimism toward flexibility and automation. But how will these findings affect your team's ability to survive and thrive in tomorrow's marketplace?
To help us make sense of this data and get some tips on how to move forward, work management experts James Wallman, Sophie Wade, and Alex Shootman joined forces in this on-demand webinar to unpack the report's findings and provide answers to questions like:
- What wasteful practices and tools are killing productivity and keeping teams from transitioning into tomorrow's winners?
- How is flexibility transforming today's office and how can leaders get ahead of this trend?
- Is work automation a threat or a blessing?
- Where can leaders find the balance between artificial intelligence and human intelligence?
About the presenters
As President and CEO of Workfront, Alex drives the overall strategy, vision, and execution for the company, ensuring that Workfront is a dedicated partner in helping its customers transform the work experience. Shootman brings more than 25 years of experience in all areas of revenue and profit generation for technology organizations, with significant experience leading SaaS-based companies.
Author and Workforce Innovator,
Sophie is founder and Workforce Innovation Specialist at Flexcel Network. Her objective is to help companies transform and future-proof their work environments, creating compelling, progressive and talent-focused, digitally-integrated workplaces. She is an authority on the wide-ranging Future of Work issues impacting companies and workers’ new demands – such as attracting, engaging and retaining talent; digital transformation; managing distributed workers; workplace flexibility; intergenerational communication and new career paradigms.
Author and Work Futurist,
The Future is Here
James Wallman is a journalist, work futurist, keynote speaker, and an Amazon best selling author. He has written for GQ, the New York Times, the FT, and advised clients such as Absolut, BMW and Nike. James wrote the futurology column in T3 magazine and was editor of The Future Laboratory's forecasting publication. He currently lives in London with his wife and children.