The definition of the employee is on the cusp of a transformation.
On Friday, December 14, Intel’s technology strategist Tim Hansen and chief evangelist Steve Brown will host a Webcast to discuss what the future definition of employment will be in 2025. They will explore how global environmental factors such as the explosion in world population combined with technological innovation are changing the ways we work.
During the webcast, Tim and Steve will discuss:
· The emergence of smart systems that will collaborate with humans, resulting in driving a re-imagination of work content and process and a shift in employee skills towards unique interdisciplinary abilities that set people them apart from machines including listening, judgment, relationship building and problem solving.
· Team structures growing more dynamic and agile and ultimately employment becoming more flexible contract work that is compensated by results rather than hours.
· Cloud computing will shape the future of work by changing the way companies plan physical office space, provide ability for unprecedented agility and speed in deployment of new concepts regardless of company size, and it will usher changes in corporate IT organizations.
· The new challenges on the horizon including:
o What type of work model should be used to manage knowledge workers?
o How can the office environment be configured for the best productivity of the worker?
o How will organizations source the best workers and cope with differing attitudes across a five-generation workforce?