Bob Johansen on Getting Ready for the Next Generation Workplace
In corporate life, strategy discussions often revolve around current trends, many of which have already being pioneered by startups or competitors. Unfortunately, this approach can sometimes result in playing catch-up rather than driving disruption. What if we could envision unexplored possibilities that lie beyond the current landscape?
Today, my guest is an extraordinary visionary who delves into these untapped opportunities - exploring the potential futures that hold the power to profoundly impact our world.
About Bob Johansen
Bob Johansen has an impressive portfolio of 12 authored or co-authored books, many of which focus in the future of leadership.
His most recent publication, titled Office Shock: Creating Better Futures for Working and Living, explores upcoming trends and proactive measures for preparing the next generation workplace.
Throughout his career, he has held significant roles at IFTF (Institute for the Future) - from research director to president, and currently serves as a Distinguished Fellow.
IFTF is a renowned futures organization globally, providing over five decades of invaluable support to businesses, governments, and social impact organizations. Their services include global forecasts, customized research, foresight education, and training to navigate intricate changes and develop future-ready strategies.
What We Discussed in this Episode on Getting Ready for the Next Generation Workplace:
- Anticipating the Future: How Will Organizations Maintain Employee Motivation? - Exploring the Officeverse: Creating a Sense of Belonging in the Workplace - Rethinking Performance Evaluation: Are New Approaches on the Horizon? - The Rise of AI: Revolutionizing Learning and Ending Monotonous Training Sessions? - Future Career Paths: Hybrid Learning and Diverse Curricula vs. Ivy League Education - Predicting Future Culture Challenges for Organizations: What Lies Ahead?
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