The case for innovations such as flexible working is strong, but owners and CEOs will recognise that they have implications for the way the business is run.

There are few clichés quite so well worn as the one that says the world is changing faster than ever before. But the fact that it is a cliché doesn’t make it any less true. In fact, the changes we are experiencing now really are exponential. The combination of globalisation and the dizzying rate of technological development means that we are on the brink of nothing less than a fourth Industrial Revolution.

Moving to an agile employment model requires a change of management mindset and corporate structure. Only one thing is certain, the future of work will look very different to the past.  Workpond’s MD, Amanda Seabrook, contributes to a thought-provoking Whitepaper from experts at the Vistage community exploring all these elements in ‘The Future of Work’.

 

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Colin Bradbury

Colin Bradbury is a business writer with more than 20 years experience as a financial analyst at investment banks in Hong Kong and London. He now writes case studies, white papers and blog posts for a range of businesses in the UK and overseas and has a sideline writing on football for local and national publications. He has hands-on experience as an entrepreneur, having set up and run his own photographic studios in South West England.

Colin Bradbury is a business writer with more than 20 years experience as a financial analyst at investment banks in Hong Kong and London. He now writes case studies, white papers and blog posts for a range of businesses in the UK and overseas and has a sideline writing on football for local and national publications. He has hands-on experience as an entrepreneur, having set up and run his own photographic studios in South West England.

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