Workstyle Resilience and Future of Work Capability
Supporting future workforce capabilities and organisational resilience
“Technology is transforming the way our people work – how can we better support the activities and capabilities our people need to be successful in the digital economy?”
The way we work is changing rapidly and becoming increasingly complex. But today’s workplaces may not be equipped to support future workforce needs, in other words they lack resilience and agility. The environment should support future of work capabilities as organisations transform to meet the volatility and uncertainty associated with the digital era.
It is likely that our future workstyles will need to accommodate less process-based work, more machine-augmented activities, more problem-solving and less managing or being managed. We will also need to support life-long learning and upskilling ‘on the job’, and the reality of collaborating with virtual teams, contractors, freelancers and mobile workers.
Many organisations are unsure as to how to start a conversation around changing workstyles and the ways in which physical and digital resources jointly support work activities and encourage desired workforce behaviours. A workstyle resilience or remote working assessment is valuable before undertaking a workplace transformation project or mobility program, as it uncovers capability gaps and inhibitors to employee effectiveness.
We know you can’t predict the future of work, but we can engage in conversation with technology, human resources, learning and innovation experts in your organisation, to understand what your ‘future of work’ might look like, and plan for change.
Future of Work Vision
Workstyle Diagnostic & ‘Gap’ Analysis
Remote Working Strategies
Employee Experience Strategy
Tailored Future of Work Research
If you would like to know more about how we can help you plan for change and create competitive advantage, please contact us to arrange a confidential conversation. This will allow us to gain some insights into your specific context and challenges, and tailor the more detailed information we share with you accordingly.