Social, economic and technological changes are shaping how and where we work. The pandemic was a catalyst for change and the evolution continues, whether that’s with automation, sustainability or flexibility. One thing is for certain, the job for life and the 9-5 is no more! ‘The Future of Work’ showcases the companies and thought leaders at the forefront of change. Our new podcast episode asks our experts how we can navigate the future of work, especially with the rise of AI and the far-reaching implications that comes with it.
Watch below to find out what industry thought leaders, Professor Sarah Harper CBE, Irene Graham OBE and Peter Cheese see as their vision for the future of work.
Director, Oxford Institute of Population Ageing
CEO, ScaleUp Institute
CEO, CIPD - The professional body for HR and people development
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The UK has an ageing population, we are living longer and will be retiring later – but how will this impact the world of work? Professor Sarah Harper from the Oxford Institute of Population Ageing gives her insights into why it will become more usual for people to be working into their 70s. We discuss the challenges ahead such as ageism – but we’ll find out why in an age of AI, there is some good news for the over 50s.
Discussing the rise of remote working, the role of technology and why work should be good for us, Irene Graham from the Scale Up Institute, and Peter Cheese from CIPD – the professional body for HR and people development – delve into the forces shaping the jobs of today and tomorrow.
In the second episode of our ITN Business Extra podcast series, television presenter and journalist, Duncan Golestani is joined by Anna Thomas from the Institute for the Future of Work, Julian Birkinshaw, from the London Business School and Nick Hedderman, from Microsoft UK. He asks them the question we all want to know – with the rapid rise of AI in the workplace, what will this mean for jobs and what can we do to future proof ourselves? They also discuss different ways of working – whether hybrid, flexible or 4-day weeks – and what it means to different generations.
Julian Birkinshaw - Vice Dean and Professor of Strategy & Entrepreneurship
Nick Hedderman - Senior Director, Modern Work Business Group, Microsoft UK
Anna Thomas - Co-Founder and Director, Institute for the Future of Work
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