六开彩玄机图片 |PwC/Oxford Study: 4 Possible Versions of the Workplace In 2030


Will you【求17年50期跑狗图 】 【任我发心水论坛上不去了 】have a place in the workplace in 2030? Clem Onojeghuo/UnsplashWhat will the workplace look like 10 years from now? Will everyone work on his or her own schedules and projects, or will larg【连准100期验证九肖公式 】e corporate players decide every aspect of our lives?It’s hard to tell, because there is ample evid【会员五肖十码中特料 】ence in t【六开彩开奖现场报码72 】oday’s world 【得五中三二后来猜一生肖 】suggesting bo【王中王六肖中特资料 】th prospects.On one hand, success stor【2020每期正版四不像图注册 】ies like WeWork and U【看4887铁算盘 】ber have shown that the gig economy is booming so quickly that the notion of【精准四肖期期准的图片141 】 permanent employment will soon be history; on t【香港马报资料2020全年 】he oth

er han【2020年官网三肖六码 】d, however, small compa【管家婆心水报a彩图 】nies are increasingly being consolidated into 【暝打一生肖 】a few large ones (just look at the

acquisition history of Facebook,【2019年111期东方心经5句现码诗 】 SoftBank and Walmart). Does that mean we will find ourselves all working for the same employer in the e【统计器下载 】nd?Predicting 【香港生肖波色 资料 】the future is usual

ly futile but still important so we can *try* to prepare for what’s coming.In an e【买马资料图2019,111期 】ffort to he【第80期高清跑狗图 】lp with that【2017_90期红字跑狗图 】, a recent study by consulting firm PwC and【跑狗图解释123 论坛 】 the University of Ox【456456一肖中 】fordnarrowed countless variables that will shape the future workp【四肖料佛祖天书2018 】lace down to just two axe【跑狗图www44555 】s: fragmenta【期期绝杀一肖无错 】tion vs. integration (will large companies dominate, or will many small ones co-exist?) and collectivism vs. individualism (will “me first” prevail, or will societies work together through a sense of collective responsibility?)【管家婆水心论坛香港 资料 】.The two axes will therefore divide the future in【徒早啼幕声谁巧打一肖 】to four【2013什么是特码玄机 】 possible scenarios, which PwC color-coded into 【147期的新跑狗报 】red, yellow, green 【挂牌杀肖规律 】and blue.(You can take a personality quiz here to find out which world you belong in.)The fou【生财有道报码室 】r scenarios of the future workplace PwCThe 【我要收精准六肖 】Red World: Individualism + Fragm【马经数理报 】entatio

n “The red world” is the gig economy going to extremes, in which“organizations and individuals race to give consumers what they want” and “innovation outpaces regulation,” the report summar

ized. Expect more entrepreneurs, bizarre inventions, flexible-hour workers and baffled regulators. By 2030, the number for “permanent employment” in the U.S. will drop to nine percent, PwC predicted.Celeb Who Will Love This World: Mark Zuckerberg (and most of his Silicon Valley friends)The Yellow World: Collectivism + Fragme【管家婆34期彩图2020 】ntation“The yellow world” is basical【吃多的动物打一生肖 】ly “the red world” with a moral conscience.The business landscape will be powered by entreprene【118跑狗图玄机图高清 】urship and innovation, but not driven entirely by profit. Ethical fairness and community values will come before investment return and growth. It wil【四不像动物图片115期 】l be an ideal place for“artisans, makers and ‘new Worker Guilds,’” according 【2018年88期六合宝典资料 】to PwC. “Humanness is highly valued.”Celeb Who Will Love This World: Jim CarreyThe Green World: Collectivism + IntegrationDue to its high level of integration, “the green world” will be dominated by established companies rather than entrepreneurs. Ho【2016马会生肖歇后语大全及答案 】wever, like “the yellow world,”social responsibilities will play a crucial role in business decisions.Human workers will remain the dominant force in material production so as to set moral standards. A hyp【高清跑狗第48期跑狗图库 】othetical social movement like “Stop the Bots” will attract millions of followers【平码网址大全资料 】 in this scenario, and, in 2030, governments w

ill likely introduce a bill banning all compani

es from【神童网今期特码是 】 using petrol and diesel vehicles,PwC predi【管家婆跑狗玄机 】cted.Celeb Who Will Love Thi【什么叫平特两肖 】s World: 【三中三特马提供 】Jamie DimonThe Blue World: Individualism + IntegrationLastly,【中国梦精选四码期期准 】 “the blue world,【广东平特精版料 】” also dominated by【高清跑狗老图 】 large companies rather than small ones, will be【大刀皇之梦幻组合2020年50期看彩图片 】ar striking similarities to the early stages of capitalism which history has seen before.It will feature continuing economic competition between the U.S. and the rest of the【极限码皇高手论坛jx015_主页 】 world. “The net worth of the top one percent of Chinese households overtakes that of the top one percent of U.S. households for the firsttime” by 2020, the report predicted, and, by 2030, “India’s largest tech【香港马会资料铁饭碗 】 company will announce a 24 percent increase in annual revenue, largely attributed to its introduction of cognitive-enhancing drugs for its workforce.”Celeb Who Will Love This World: Jack Ma

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