• Future of work

    The humane workplace

    Has the Orwellian vision of repressed and repetitive workplaces, like William Blake’s dark, satanic mills of the early 19th Century, really passed into history?

  • Future of work

    Wanted: Creativity and empathy hubs

    Preparing students adequately for a world of work where the landscape will be all but unrecognisable by the time they get there is a massive undertaking

  • Future of work

    The 'human factor' in business

    How can you achieve efficient management so industry can prosper and ensure your business still has a soul and is seen as a trusted part of the community?

  • Future of work

    Intelligent robots still not the real thing

    Whilst machines will become better at helping people perform difficult mental tasks, what needs to be challenged is the idea that machines can replace man

  • Future of work

    A model for work that works (Part 2)

    The traditional mode of work has had its day. Blame robots, short-term capitalism and the gig economy

  • Future of work

    Technology, the world of work and humans

    Should we see increased automation and the rise of the machines as adding to our humanity rather than undermining it?

  • Future of work

    Can we have a voice in the corporate world?

    Having armies of silent, compliant workers may not be in the best interest of companies. Employees should be encouraged to have a voice

  • Future of work

    A model for work that works (Part 1)

    The fourth industrial revolution could free millions of people from occupational drudgery. But how do we create valued and meaningful work for people?

  • Future of work

    Digital change will transform society

    Q&A with Ryan Avent, Senior Editor at The Economist, who book Wealth of Humans describes how automation and globalisation have produce a glut of labour

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