Bestselling author of The 2020 Workplace Jeanne Meister returns with a powerful guide to mastering a new set of workplace disruptions, detailing the skills you need to thrive in today's hyper-competitive and rapidly changing business environment. Along with co-author Kevin Mulcahy, Meister presents step-by-step advice to recruiters on how to prepare for a more transparent world of work, develop a new set of leadership skills, and anticipate future trends and changes across industries.
The Future Workplace Experience redefines most of the conventional wisdom about work, employees, human resources practices, the very nature of a job itself, and so much more.
Meister & Mulcahy describe how the workplace is changing and profile the new practices organizations are implementing. The authors organize these practices into three areas; what workers expect from work, how technology impacts the workplace, and the changing composition of the workforce.
Most importantly, they synthesize these practices into ten rules your organization can use to re-think and re-imagine the future workplace.
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By Amazon Customer on 08-12-16
A look into the future of the corporate world
great read. easy to understand and easy to follow. lacks scientific experiments and use cases of the proposed methods and concepts. the authors do a great job organizing the book, this is great if one already is faced with a change in the corporate world and has no idea about the recent trends, but fails to lay out the ground for managing those changes. How to adapt remains the unaswered question all around. although case studies are presented in supporting of the proposed theories, the book lacks analysis on these case studies. overall a great source of information, it might be dissapointing for someone who is already familiar with the concepts.
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