SHIFT Newsletter – February 2022

March 28, 2022by Alex Milne0
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TRENDING TOPICS IN THE WORLD OF WORK_

Our February issue of SHIFT explores trends that will shape workplace volatility in 2022, pressing issues that face CEOs today, how organizations are evolving to the next stage of the digital economy, and the future of work beyond the job.

Trends that Will Shape Work in 2022 and
Beyond

We’ve been living through the greatest workplace disruption in generations and, according to an article in the Harvard Business Review, the level of volatility will not slow down in 2022. HBR identifies 11 underlying trends that will shape workplace volatility in 2022.

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PwC’s 25th Annual Global CEO Survey

As the global economy continues to rebound from the depths of mid-2020, the 4,446 CEOs from 89 countries and territories who responded to PwC’s 25th Annual Global CEO Survey display optimism about continued economic resilience, with 77% indicating that they expect global economic growth to improve during the year ahead, the highest figure on record since 2012, when PwC first began asking CEOs how they felt about the economy’s potential. The survey delves into the pressing issues facing CEOs today and underscores just how full their “inboxes” have become.

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The Work Ahead: Digital First (to Last)

The Work Ahead is a research series providing insight and guidance
on how organizations are evolving to the next stage of the digital
economy. With the rise of new machines, new generations of talent
and new business models based on insight and intelligence, the
rules of global competition have changed. Now, these tectonic shifts
are being further catalyzed and accelerated by the global pandemic.
This comprehensive report outlines the most significant trends and
tactics for businesses throughout the world to be aware of, and act
on, to ensure a successful future for the future of work.

Jump to Article>>

Beyond the Job

Researchers at Deloitte are also considering the future of work and
pose the following question: How do we go about organizing work
beyond the constraints of the traditional job in a way that unleashes
the potential of both organizations and people at scale and speed?

Jump to Article>>

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TRENDING TOPICS IN THE WORLD OF WORK_

Our February issue of SHIFT explores trends that will shape workplace volatility in 2022, pressing issues that face CEOs today, how organizations are evolving to the next stage of the digital economy, and the future of work beyond the job.

Trends that Will Shape Work in 2022 and
Beyond

We’ve been living through the greatest workplace disruption in generations and, according to an article in the Harvard Business Review, the level of volatility will not slow down in 2022. HBR identifies 11 underlying trends that will shape workplace volatility in 2022.

Jump to Article>>

PwC’s 25th Annual Global CEO Survey

As the global economy continues to rebound from the depths of mid-2020, the 4,446 CEOs from 89 countries and territories who responded to PwC’s 25th Annual Global CEO Survey display optimism about continued economic resilience, with 77% indicating that they expect global economic growth to improve during the year ahead, the highest figure on record since 2012, when PwC first began asking CEOs how they felt about the economy’s potential. The survey delves into the pressing issues facing CEOs today and underscores just how full their “inboxes” have become.

Jump to Article>>

The Work Ahead: Digital First (to Last)

The Work Ahead is a research series providing insight and guidance
on how organizations are evolving to the next stage of the digital
economy. With the rise of new machines, new generations of talent
and new business models based on insight and intelligence, the
rules of global competition have changed. Now, these tectonic shifts
are being further catalyzed and accelerated by the global pandemic.
This comprehensive report outlines the most significant trends and
tactics for businesses throughout the world to be aware of, and act
on, to ensure a successful future for the future of work.

Jump to Article>>

Beyond the Job

Researchers at Deloitte are also considering the future of work and
pose the following question: How do we go about organizing work
beyond the constraints of the traditional job in a way that unleashes
the potential of both organizations and people at scale and speed?

Jump to Article>>