What Seven Trends for the Future of Organizations Are Already Foreseeable Today?

In the Future of Work podcast, Jacob Morgan identified 14 – we’ve compressed them into seven (and added further reading suggestions).

Despite the upheavals of 2020, certain principles have remained the same – solid ground on which leaders can build winning, socially influential organizations:

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A futurist identifies the keys to building a winning organization in a constantly changing world.

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