The Way to Work with the Adecco Group Foundation is a new programme on the future of working life. We’ll discuss the digital revolution and the relationship between humans and technology. We’ll explore where to find untapped talent in the global workforce and consider the changing meaning of career transition. We’ll visit the WEF in Davos and report from the Adecco Group Foundation’s own ‘Future Series’ event, before wrapping up the season with some answers to the questions that all businesses, employers and employees should be asking.
In the final episode of ‘The Way to Work’ we hold a roundtable to unpack some of the findings of the series. We ask how the events of the year have reconfigured some of the challenges in the future of work and which, of the many adjustments made to accommodate the demands of the coronavirus pandemic, will stick.
FU.SE Digital 2020
We log onto the FU.SE Digital 2020 conference to catch up with some of the top thought-leaders, decision-makers and fire-starters who convened to address key challenges facing the world of work. From the growing skills mismatch to issues of inclusion and diversity and the ever more urgent need for collaboration between humans and machines, we ask how we can best turn these obstacles into opportunities.
The human-technology interface
We learn more about some of the technological changes that the coronavirus pandemic has accelerated in the world of work – and how organisations and individuals can best navigate them.
The New Normal
We talk to individuals from a variety of sectors to learn how they’ve been affected by coronavirus and to find out more about the new values and principles that the pandemic has helped to foster.
Lessons from leaders
As coronavirus becomes a truly global issue, Monocle's editor in chief, Tyler Brûlé, sits down with Alain Dehaze, CEO of the Adecco Group, to discuss the pandemic's impact on the workplace and to look ahead to the post-pandemic world.
We take a look at how younger generations stand to re-shape the workplace and ask what skills they'll need to navigate future uncertainties. Will the C-Suite leaders of tomorrow need university degrees? And what can today's C-suite learn from the new generation as it enters the workplace.