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E-Maginarium - People@work 2020 - Gail Humble

  1. 1. Gail Humble
  2. 2. people @work/2020the future of work and the changing workplace challenges GAIL HUMBLE Northern Territory President
  3. 3. White Paper: people@work/2020 • After nearly three years of research, this Australian Human Resources Institute (AHRI) white paper reviews and assesses the major trends and issues likely to influence people at work by the year 2020, together with expected impacts on workplace structure, performance and professional leadership. Peter Wilson AM, AHRI National President
  4. 4. Are skills the keyanswer?
  5. 5. Context• 1980s: A Nation at Risk – Loss of firm competitiveness to Japan & Germany• 1990s: The War for Talent – Skill shortages and demographic time bomb• Today & Tomorrow: The Flat World & Global Economic Crisis – Internet creates global work platform – Facilitates movement of now scarce jobs
  6. 6. fu·ture/ˈ oCHər/ fyo͞Noun: The time or a period oftime following the moment ofspeaking or writing; timeregarded as still to come.Adjective: At a later time; goingor likely to happen or exist:"the needs of futuregenerations".Synonyms: noun. futurity -hereafter - tomorrowadjective. coming -prospective - unborn -forthcoming - next
  7. 7. EIGHT FORCES SHAPING THE FUTURE 1. Global competition 2. Technological and communication breakthroughs 3. Demand for personal flexibility 4. Skills convergence 5. Macroeconomic and demographic changes 6. Global best practice 7. Changing business standards e.g. CSR, ethics 8. Government imposition of regulations
  8. 8. 1. Globalisation & hyper-competition
  9. 9. 2. Continued breakthroughs in IT & communications
  10. 10. EIGHT MAJOR TECHNOLOGY DRIVERSo IT modernisationo Enterprise information management (EIM)o Business process management (BPM)o IT consumerisationo Unified communications –o Mobile deviceso Smart gridso Cloud computing
  11. 11. TECHNOLOGIES in our WORKPLACES can:• Facilitate massive and immediate communication to anyone, anytime, anywhere• Distribute the locations of work• Lead to higher skilled work patterns at home, work or in remote locations• Enable a greater personalisation of work through „universal but individualised‟ portals• Improve talent management, career performance, communications and engagement• Provide more flexible approaches to restructuring the workplace• Increase access to professional knowledge
  12. 12. 3. Demand for personal flexibility & customisation
  13. 13. 4. Skills convergence in multi-disciplinary professional environment
  14. 14. 5. Changing macroeconomics& demographics
  15. 15. 6. Global best practices in people management
  16. 16. 7. New global standards: CSR, ethics
  17. 17. 8. Sustained imposition of regulatory solutions
  18. 18. WORKPLACESWork was a place we used to go tonow it’s something we do….
  19. 19. Remote location The NineThree external spaces of work New Home „Space” Stations of Work in Office 2020 Solitary Multi learning & Café networking workstation interactive zone Three internal spaces of work
  20. 20. Core office functionality in 2020?• 3 internal spaces – café style area, combined learning centres, thinking, private spaces• A more flexible external workstation- connect via customised portals – sharepoint technology
  21. 21. So what does it all mean for people@work? Boundary of work & home will disappear People, performance & productivity measures = critical Successful relationships = key driver Communication power will enable more flexible learning & distributed work patterns in the internal & external work spaces CSR, ethical values & risk = key business enablers Non-core HR transactions entirely outsourced
  22. 22. So what does it all mean for us in 2020? Skill shortages & talent will still challenge workplaces Education a lifelong learning process at work The world of business will be driven by networks Communication power will enable more flexible learning & distributed work patterns
  23. 23. Behind the scenes of people@work … Gen X & Y attitudes for better work-life balance New media enable flexible & distributed work patterns Baby boomers seek longer term workforce engagement - high correlation to mental & physical health, longevity Ageing & female workers drive compressed & P/T roles
  24. 24. What will the nextgeneration want !
  25. 25. “If you don‟t have a competitive advantage,don‟t compete.People are the competitive advantage”Jack Welch
  26. 26. The biggest Questions!!!!!• How do we engage the workforce of the future?• What are the tools we need to have at the ready?
  27. 27. The biggest Questions!!!!!• What has to change to achieve a more skilled productive and competitive Australian workforce?• We should use technology because we need it not just use because we can?• We must think skill ecosystems, not just vocational education and training?

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