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The Future Office

"Technology is set to completely change the nature of your job. Experts differ only on the pace of change and the number of jobs that will be destroyed/created."

How is your leadership preparing for the future of work? Will digitisation lead to more work or less? Of course we live and work in the digital age but the change we've experienced so far is only the tip of the iceberg.

The potential impact of digitisation on employment not only concerns the explosive growth of intelligent robots but also the significant influence that machine learning and artificial intelligence will have on our work. There is a strong, lively debate about the speed at which current jobs are disappearing and to what extent digital productivity growth will lead to new jobs.

Experts have varied positions on what will happen to the size of the workforce, the timeline for change and the skills needed in the workplace of the future. But they agree on one thing the nature of work at

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