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  1. 1. For your full copy of the report, visit: www.psfk.com/publishing/future-of-workABOUT THIS REPORT• 150 Page Report• 16 Trends described within 4 Macro Themes• 64 Best In Class Manifestations of Change At Work• 12 Future Work illustrated concepts• Reactions by executives from leading organizations• Supporting stats and research references• 80 Recommended ‘Next Steps’
  2. 2. KEY TAKEAWAYSThe company of the future will be constantly changing form to efficiently take advantage of the opportunities presented in anever-shifting marketplace. As a result, the place, tools and systems of work will change and five larger themes will emerge:ON DEMAND STAFFING Skills MarketplaceThe skills and availability of employees and freelancers will be matched by an Contextual Rolodexalgorithm against the company’s changing needs. Quantified Employee Visual CollaborationCOLLISION COLLUSION Tele-presencePhysical, mobile and web workspace will be designed to ensure critical interaction Co-Creation Spacesbetween colleagues, vendors, partners and customers. Work(out) placeIMPROVISED WORKPLACE Fluid TechnologyWith the flick of a switch, furniture and software will adapt to the changing needs of Pop-Up Workplacesan organizationLIVING KNOWLEDGE Networked KnowledgeInformation will flow across and up-and-down the organization constantly; Social Workflowinstantly accessible by anyone who needs it. Feedback CultureCONSTANT LEARNING Digital Knowledge Update Learning By DoingEmployee empowered education will help staff own the direction Employee Stakeholdersof the company. Career Matchmaking
  3. 3. IDEAL WORKFORCE
  4. 4. LEARNING BY DOINGA collaborative, startup mentality is being adopted byworkers and organizations that allows for new ways tolearn. Multidisciplinary teams made up of people withdiverse experiences are allowing participants to teacheach other and learn at the same time.
  5. 5. Startup School Merges Mentorship, On The Job LearningAnd Classroom Instruction E[nstitute]
  6. 6. Interactive Facebook Application Connects BuddingEntrepreneurs With Successful Startup Founders #StartupLab
  7. 7. SKILLS MARKETPLACEBadges and visual cues are helping to call out proventalent and skills to help distinguish capable individuals.
  8. 8. Online Badges Depict Informal And Soft Skills Mozilla Open Badges
  9. 9. Infographic Tool Transforms Media Profiles Into Visual,Web-based Graphical Biographies Vizify
  10. 10. CAREER MATCHMAKINGSystems are leveraging social and contextualinformation to help better match companies and talentfor deeper connections that create lasting value.
  11. 11. Team-Building Matchmaker Helps EntrepreneursFind Suitable Business Partners CoFoundersLab
  12. 12. Internal Social Network To Match Employers NeedsWith Worker Mobility Upmo
  13. 13. DIGITALKNOWLEDGEUPDATESServices borne out of the e-learning revolution areenabling workers to stay up to date with the cuttingedge skills necessary to operate the latest, mostsophisticated technology on the market.
  14. 14. Company-Wide Learning Program ConnectsCo-Workers To Keep Them Updated Learn27
  15. 15. Software Plug-In Updates Users on Complicated ProgramsAnd Sharpens Skills Adobe Levelup
  16. 16. EMPOWERED CULTURE
  17. 17. FEEDBACK CULTUREMicro-communication tools and open feedbackchannels are helping to foster more constructivecommunication and reveal workplace sentiment.
  18. 18. Service Lets Workers Send Anonymous Feedback ToTheir Superiors Happiily
  19. 19. Real-Time Suggestion Box Connects Managers WithEmployee Ideas Vetter
  20. 20. NETWORKED KNOWLEDGECollaboration initiatives are providing a collectiveexpertise of a diverse workforce creating an on-demand resource and information library.
  21. 21. Layered Into Training Programs, Social Learning ImprovesLearning Retention And Progress SuccessFactors
  22. 22. Social Knowledge Platform Facilitates Knowledge Transfer,Builds Expertise-Based Reputations Crowdbase
  23. 23. THE QUANTIFIED EMPLOYEETalent management tools that leverage big data arerevealing hidden metrics tied to employee value.
  24. 24. Workers Rank Their Peers To Reveal Value To The Company Valve
  25. 25. Hidden Talent Revealed Within Companies By SocialMetric Score SilkRoad
  26. 26. EMPLOYEE STAKEHOLDERFlat management organizations are empoweringworkers to manage their work with greater autonomyand choose how their time may best be spent.
  27. 27. Management Reframed As Mentors,Encouraging Workers To Deliver Great Work Grey
  28. 28. Team Members Self-Select How They Will Fit Into Each Project Microsoft Lync
  29. 29. INTUITIVE CONNECTION
  30. 30. SOCIAL WORKFLOWCloud services are enabling team members tosimultaneously edit, comment upon and review anever-growing variety of assets.
  31. 31. Cross-Organizational Social Tool Enhances CollaborationIn The Project-By-Project Economy Shift
  32. 32. Social Network For Doctors ImprovesCross-Specialty Collaboration Doximity
  33. 33. CONTEXTUAL ROLODEXNew address book applications are helping to createdeeper connection by providing contextual reminders andprompting worthwhile connections between co-workers.
  34. 34. Address Book Supplemented With Social DataFor More Informed Interactions Brewster
  35. 35. Proximity Based Service Alerts Users Of Potential ClientsAnd Contacts Who Are Nearby Intro
  36. 36. VISUAL COLLABORATIONCloud services are enabling team members tosimultaneously edit, comment upon and review anever-growing variety of assets.
  37. 37. Company Creates Google Docs For Engineering,Design and Architectural Programs Sunglass
  38. 38. Public Noticeboard Lets Everyone Share AndDiscuss Ideas Virtually Wallwisher
  39. 39. TELEPRESENCETechnologies are helping employees interact remotely withco-workers and objects stationed anywhere in the world.
  40. 40. Projector Lamp-Camera Configuration Shares Remote Desks IllumiShare
  41. 41. Haptic Remote Robots Will Let People ‘Physically’Be Anywhere In The World Beaming
  42. 42. AGILE WORKPLACES
  43. 43. CO-CREATION SPACESCollaborative spaces have spawned labs for initialideas to be tested and further inform innovation.
  44. 44. Crowdsourced Product DevelopersOpen An Advanced Lab For All Quirky
  45. 45. Co-working Space Fuels Foodies And Collaborators WithMenu Of Cooking Tools ForageSF
  46. 46. FLUID TECHNOLOGYCompact technology continues to proliferate, furtheraiding workers with the completion of tasks whileon-the-go.
  47. 47. Modular Smartphone Could Replace Computer And Tablet NexPhone
  48. 48. Keyboard Projects Key Onto Any Surface AndFits On Your Keychain CTX Virtual Keyboard
  49. 49. POP-UP WORKPLACEFurniture and office designs are becomingincreasingly flexible to meet the ever changingdemands of the workplace.
  50. 50. Colorful, Sound Absorbing Booths Give UsersPrivacy In Public Spaces BuzziBooth
  51. 51. Mobile Workstations Roll Around To Find The Best Place To Work Hive Workstations
  52. 52. WORK(OUT) PLACEHealth-conscious designs are promoting physicalactivity to overcome the sedentary nature of deskwork and increase focus and productivity.
  53. 53. Upright Furniture Line Positions Workers BetweenSitting And Standing Focal Upright Desk
  54. 54. Treadmill Workstations Mix Walking With Working TrekDesk Tredmill Desk
  55. 55. PSFK LABSPSFK  Labs  is  the  consul3ng  arm  of  daily  ideas  site  PSFK.com.   We   are   a   a   trends-­‐led   business  innova3on  company  that  provides  its  clients  with  ideas  and   inspira3on.   Our   trends   research   helps  companies   evolve   their   products,   services   and  marke3ng  communica3ons  to  meet  the  changing  behaviors  and  expecta3ons  of  their  clientele.  We  employ   a   unique   methodology   to   deliver   trends  research,   together   with   future-­‐forward   business  concepts   and   user-­‐case   scenarios   to   a   client   list  that  includes  American  Express,  BMW,  MicrosoI,  Target  and  Pepsi.  labs.psK.com
  56. 56. For your full copy of the report, visit: www.psfk.com/publishing/future-of-workABOUT THIS REPORT• 150 Page Report• 16 Trends described within 4 Macro Themes• 64 Best In Class Manifestations of Change At Work• 12 Future Work illustrated concepts• Reactions by executives from leading organizations• Supporting stats and research references• 80 Recommended ‘Next Steps’

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