In our recent IdeasJam on March 22, we asked HR practitioners globally to comment on several questions around Innovation & Competitive Advantage. To support this, we provided additional reading in our Issues Briefs section, including a whitepaper on the Changing World of Work from Allegis Group.

Author Bruce Morton argues that it’s not work/life balance, nor flextime, nor better pay and benefits that’s driving the changing workplace. Instead, he suggests that the primary driver is around how organisations are harnessing, embracing and unleashing talent.

Concepts such as:

  • Personal Work Design
  • Multi-Engagement
  • Evolution of Power
  • Connection Economy
  • Personal ROI, and
  • Fellowship

are used to describe how nimble companies may address the new world of work in the near future.

What do you think?

In Dublin, join us to discuss how innovation and competitive advantage are meeting¬† talent. recruitment, technology and change to create the work models that will drive the future’s innovative companies.

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