Of course, nobody knows exactly what the future holds. But we need to think about what might happen – and how we want to shape potential changes. In today’s blog, I will venture a fictitious glimpse ten years into the future.
People who are addressing the digital transformation of our working environment also need to take a close look at the topic of health. Digital technologies offer new freedoms and unprecedented flexibility.
Digital transformation and its impact on the new world of work are slowly but surely changing existing hierarchical structures in companies. This is because greater flexibility and agility are often at odds with classic organizational models and traditional leadership behavior.
Companies that want to thrive in the digital age must prepare their employees for the new challenges that lie ahead. That’s because the skills required in the new working world are changing dramatically.
Digitalization is transforming the working world to an extent we cannot yet at all estimate. It is therefore even more important for us, to examine our leadership culture.
How can Germany take a leading position in the digital economy? How is digital transformation impacting corporate culture? Will we all soon be working in the cloud?
In the new world of work, shaped by the opportunities provided by digitalization, life-long learning becomes more and more important. Future innovations will not be driven by technology alone, but particularly by the people using the technology, and the way they work with each other.
Closely linked with the opportunities provided by digitalization is the promotion of a culture of innovation within the company – this also is an important part as well as a major influencing factor of our future world of work.