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12 Trends Influencing the Future of How We Work

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What are the factors influencing how we deliver our services in the future? This deck looks at 12 of them from public perceptions of organisations to technical shifts such as AI and VR.

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12 Trends Influencing the Future of How We Work

  1. 1. 12 TRENDS INFLUENCING THE FUTURE OF HOW WE WORK Issues our organisations must consider now to survive in the next decade Paul Taylor. Innovation Coach. Bromford Lab. Twitter @paulbromford
  2. 2. Organisations on Back Foot Digitally Driven Change Volatile Economy and Environment THE DISRUPTION IS UP AND RUNNING
  3. 3. ORGANISATIONS AS PLATFORMS
  4. 4. ANY SECTOR THAT HAS MULTIPLE PLAYERS PERFORMING THE SAME FUNCTION IS RIPE FOR DISRUPTION IT”S NOT A QUESTION OF WHETHER THE UBER, ALIBABA, AIRBNB OR FACEBOOK OF THE PUBLIC SECTOR WILL EMERGE IT”S A QUESTION OF WHEN
  5. 5. GROWTH OF INNOVATION LABS, HUBS AND ACCELERATORS ‘Wait and see means wait and die’
  6. 6. ORGANISATIONS MUST CREATE PURPOSEFUL SPACE FOR TESTING AND EXPLORING PUTTING THE WORD “INNOVATION” IN YOUR STRATEGY WON’T MAKE YOU DO ANYTHING DIFFERENTLY
  7. 7. TRUST IN INSTITUTIONS IS ERODING Distrust in business and government and nonprofits is the new normal. And you can’t rebuild trust through marketing.
  8. 8. DEFAULT TO TRANSPARENCY HUMANISE THE ORGANISATION REINVENT SERVICES NOT REBRAND THEM
  9. 9. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consetetur sadipscing elitr sed diam EASY TO CUSTOMIZE FLATTENED ORGANISATIONS Most corporate structures are uniquely designed to ensure that any decent idea never goes near the top table
  10. 10. IMAGINE A COMPANY CHART LIKE YOUR TWITTER OR FACEBOOK GRAPH CONNECTED LEADERSHIP HELPS THE NETWORK MAKE BETTER DECISIONS
  11. 11. So it’s time to stop doing them - and start testing 70% of them fail THE END OF BIG CHANGE PROGRAMMES
  12. 12. A PROTOTYPE IS WORTH 1000 MEETINGS
  13. 13. AI AND AUTOMATION Your Home and Workplace is getting smarter
  14. 14. INTELLIGENT ASSISTANTS COULD REPLACE THE NEED FOR ACTUAL ASSISTANTS IN THE NEXT 5 YEARS ANYTHING WE CAN AUTOMATE WILL BE AUTOMATED
  15. 15. THE DEATH AND REBIRTH OF THE OFFICE The office is good for lots of things - but not for getting any work done
  16. 16. WORK FROM ANYWHERE THE OFFICE REBORN AS NETWORK HUB
  17. 17. DIGITAL COLLABORATION TOOLS AND VIRTUAL SUPPORT NETWORKS Pick your own. It probably won’t be your officially approved company one..
  18. 18. NEW WAYS OF KNOWLEDGE SHARING WILL BREAK DOWN ESTABLISHED SILOS POWER IS SHIFTING FROM THE TOP OF THE MEETING TABLE TO THE CENTRE OF THE NETWORK
  19. 19. And don’t assume the older people are the ones with the gaps... MULTI GEN WORKPLACES AND DIGITAL SKILLS GAPS
  20. 20. ORGANISATIONS MUST INVEST IN DIGITAL SKILLS BUILDING TO MAXIMISE THE RICH MIX OF TALENT IN A FIVE GENERATION WORKPLACE THAT MEANS PEOPLE WHO CAN CONFIDENTLY NAVIGATE A WIDE RANGE OF INTERCONNECTED NETWORKS. IT’S MORE THAN PRESSING SEND ON AN EMAIL
  21. 21. SELF MANUFACTURE , 3DP AND MAKERS
  22. 22. WHAT’S LEFT FOR YOUR ORGANISATION TO DO WHEN CUSTOMERS CAN DESIGN AND BUILD THEIR OWN PRODUCTS?
  23. 23. ROBOT COMPANIONS AND ASSISTIVE SERVICE Dementia friend PARO Emotional companion PEPPER KFC employee DUMI
  24. 24. WE NEED TO JOIN UP OUR THINKING ABOUT WHAT HAPPENS TO COMMUNITIES WHEN LOW SKILLED JOBS BECOME AUTOMATED LET’S LOOK AT THE OPPORTUNITY HERE TO TACKLE LONELINESS AND ISOLATION
  25. 25. VR IN THE HOME AND WORKPLACE $120 Billion market by 2020. Or the next 3D TV?
  26. 26. VR AND AR COULD REVOLUTIONISE THE WAY WE TRAIN FOR OUR JOBS AND EXPLORE OUR NEIGHBOURHOODS REMEMBER - SOME PEOPLE SAID DRONES WOULD NEVER TAKE OFF..
  27. 27. And human experiences can’t be automated ...yet BUT BEFORE WE RUSH TO TECHNOLOGY LET’S ALSO REMEMBER EXPERIENCE IS THE DIFFERENTIATOR
  28. 28. THANKS! paul.taylor@bromford.co.uk Paul Taylor. Innovation Coach. Bromford Lab. Twitter @paulbromford

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