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Imagine a world where your skills would be augmented to scale the impact of what you do best

The very concept of work is being redefined as different generations enter and exit the workforce amidst a rapidly changing technological landscape.

The 2020 workplace will be one that’s networked, flexible, integrated, open, and innovative.

The consequences: Redefinition of value, redefinition how work is done, the redefinition of skills, redefinition of employer-employee relationships, and last but not least a redefinition of productivity.

My workshops and roundtables focus on these shifts by challenging the status quo to inspire new forms of value creation by leveraging the data and technology available to augment the unique strengths of people.

The shifts in the market have shaped ‘The age of the customer’ where experience is king. New technologies coupled with greater access to information and purchasing options have ushered in new customer expectations, preferences and behaviours whereby ‘perceived value’ more and more drives decisions. And this has triggered a movement whereby we propel from buying and selling outputs to buying and selling outcomes. And since customers live in a subscription economy they are no longer tolerating empty promises.

The key questions to explore: How will this impact your organization, and what can you do to become remarkable (again)?

The very concept of work is being redefined as different generations enter and exit the workforce amidst a rapidly changing technological landscape. Borders are disappearing, and ecosystems will do away with the traditional industry borders. As a result, we have to rethink what it means to be competitive, how partnerships will play a role, and how we have to innovate the value chains in which we operate. The 2020 workplace will be one that’s networked, flexible, integrated, open, and innovative.

The key questions to explore: How will this impact your organization, and what can you do to become remarkable (again)?

Organizations will start to blend in a higher % of free-lance workers for scale and flexibility, and at the same time, Millennials tend to change employers faster to pursue their career aspirations. This raises the challenge of how to capture and protect corporate knowledge, and how we bring it back into the organization to increase competitive edge.

The key questions to explore: How will this impact your organization, and what can you do to become remarkable (again)?

Technology has always had a significant impact on productivity in general and how we have led our lives. Up to today, the shifts have come in waves where typically a single advance in technology was central to the impact. We’re now experiencing a wave however that’s bigger and stronger than all of these earlier waves together. Multiple forces have come together at the same time, allowing us to rethink pretty much everything we have become so familiar with. This allows us to ask new questions, challenge the status quo, and reimagine productivity completely.

The key questions to explore: How will this impact your organization, and what can you do to become remarkable (again)?