Business is undergoing unprecedented change and disruptions across all sectors and all layers of an organisation’s operations. In this challenging environment, organisations must develop innovative strategies to survive and thrive.
People and their behaviours and role in society have a direct link to the organisation’s success or failure. And people’s attitude to work and their organisations are changing at a much faster pace than their business models, organisational structures and managerial processes.
Dr. Evan Damigo; PhD
President of The Future of Work Collaborative Engagement Institute (FWCI)
In today’s rapidly changing business landscape, organisations need a new narrative to build a purpose-led realm of consensus that addresses the new dynamics of the collaborative sharing economy.
We need to rethink how we navigate the changing world of work and update our education, learning and training systems to unleash new skills and employment opportunities that will drive economic growth in the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
The Future of Work imperative is to connect the dots of shared purpose experiences and collaborative engagement.
To welcome this shared purpose narrative, as a cohesive and reliable roadmap in augmenting the behaviours and mindsets, and as an opportunity for Collaborative Engagement to innovate and create new ways of how work gets done.