Work is the foundation of modern society; everything else that we value, treasure, dream of, take for granted, worry about is based on work. Without work things fall apart. Look around and you see that work is changing radically and rapidly in all corners of the globe. Case in point is the recently implemented GDPR regulation.
With every click we make online, our interests, preferences and intent are revealed and the potential for dystopian nightmare grows. This report shows how business leaders, futurists and policymakers can deliver superior, more ethical results by destroying the “dark side” of data privacy in the digital age.VIEW REPORT
Regulations and developing technologies are forcing mature industries to undergo, at best, existential shocks, at worst, complete tail spins. Work increasingly requires different skill sets, attitudes and expectations.
To examine how work is changing, Cognizant has established the Center for the Future of Work to provide original research and analysis of work trends. The team collaborates with a wide range of business and technology thinkers and academics about what the future will look as technology changes so many aspects of our working lives.
Written by imagineers, contrarians and futurists who are able to see around corners, predict and shape the future of work. Articles consider what’s going to happen and how to navigate the future of work—from companies to employees to physical workspace to policy and infrastructure.
The center taps its network of business and technology thinkers and academics about how the future of work and technology will change work as we know it. These interviews and discussions are crafted into podcasts, which have garnered tremendous interest and user growth.
Original research and insights, along with analysis of work trends and dynamics, inform powerful white papers from center futurists. The team studies an array of topics on the future of work—across industries and business functions—and how they impact employees, businesses and societies.
It’s all too easy to underestimate institutional inertia. Cultures that have grown up over decades can be large, unwieldy...
Jobs of the Future. AI and automation are changing work. We propose 21 new jobs in the next 10 years—cornerstones of the future of work.READ OUR PERSPECTIVE
Surveying over 1,000 senior IT executives, from 18 countries, only 9% said they have made cyber-security a board-level priority. Boardrooms are over-looking cybersecurity, with 60% claiming to have inadequate resources.
Leadership and strong management shape a company’s destiny. It’s needed now more than ever because the shift into digital — new technologies, new tools and new ways of working — call for a fresh approach to leadership that ensures firms navigate through the disruption.
The share of Americans aged 65 and older is on track to double by 2060. As the population grays, nurses are poised to become, in the words of the economist Paul Krugman, “the prototypical worker of the 21st century.”
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