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Four trends every leader needs to know about the future of work

The world of work is undergoing profound change. Trends like automation, artificial intelligence and political upheaval are impacting jobs and careers.

Large companies around the world are already exploring what the workplace will look like in 2030 and how it will affect the relationship between employers and workers. From what they have already determined, one thing is clear: it is ripe for an overhaul.

Why? Because everything is broken. Every single element of modern company management has been built and designed for another time and place – namely, the factory lines of the early 1900s. A time when rote, repetitive work was the norm and people were treated as human resources, not human beings. A time when companies mattered

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