When designing an office, organisation, work culture and technology are of primary importance, as Hazel Davis reports
Future of Work 2014
86 per cent of UK businesses believe that “the most successful companies are those willing to harness the benefits of transformation”, yet 57 per cent say the pace of change continues to take them by surprise. The impact of new technologies and behaviours on ways of working have made it clear that success is contingent upon evolving digital and cultural strategies. This report explores the way office culture is changing, the new technologies in the work place and how to attract and retain the best talent.
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Alec Marsh finds out how to attract, retain and engage the gifted employees of Generation Y
Data analysis software can aid human resources experts to recruit and retain talented staff, just as gamification of tasks can motivate the workforce, writes Tom Fox-Brewster, but both should be handled with care
Staying ahead of the curve isn’t just the best way to avoid wiping out as a surfer – it helps companies avoid a similar fate. Stephen Armstrong flags up five key future technologies, as identified by business analysts Gartner at their annual forecasting symposium in Orlando earlier this month. How you use them is up to you…