Almudena Cañibano and Argyro Avgoustaki explain that factors beyond the organisation, such as labour market conditions, play a key role in employees’ interpretation of telework as a potential threat.
With the recent introduction of the hybrid work environment, what can companies incorporate to encourage employee engagement?
How will today’s workers be included in the future of work dominated by big data, IoT, and constant technological advancement? Let’s find out with Prof. Javier Barbero.
With the post-Covid workplace under the microscope, Argyro’s expertise gives us a clearer view on the impact of our work cultures on employee well-being.
The meaning of organisations is changing and Sociocracy can help design businesses that are able to respond to new paradigms like technological advancement and new generations’ expectations in the future workplace.
Wioletta Nawrot comments on a study showing that 54% of employees would quit their jobs if not provided post-pandemic flexibility, recommending a gradual transition.
Contrary to what one might think, learning is a continuous process that lasts all of our lives and is not limited to our youngest years. To understand how companies can foster a positive learning culture, we called upon the expertise of Sara Scapinello, People & Organization Development Director at Lavazza, and ESCP’s Simon Mercado.
We speak to entrepreneurship expert Prof. René Mauer and skills coach Marta Carballal to find out how today’s employees can prepare for the workplace of tomorrow.
The workplace of today is greener than ever. So, how important is an environmental mindset for the future of work?
According to Dean Andreas Kaplan, “with the rise of artificial intelligence, automation, and corresponding upskilling, early-life degrees will most likely no longer suffice for the whole of a career.”