Daily archives: 3 December 2017


We title this year’s report Rewriting the rules for the digital age because a principal characteristic of the new era is not merely change, but change at an accelerating rate, which creates new rules for business and for HR. Organizations face a radically shifting context for the workforce, the workplace, and the world of work. These shifts have changed the rules for nearly every organizational people practice, from learning to management to the definition of work itself. All business leaders have experienced these shifts, for good or for ill, in both their business and personal lives. Rapid change is not limited to technology, but encompasses society and demographics as well. Business and HR leaders can no longer continue to operate according to old paradigms. They must now embrace new ways of thinking about their companies, their talent, and their role in global social issues. 2017.03 Rewriting the rules for digital age – 2017 Deloitte Global Human Capital Trends

2017.03 Rewriting the rules for digital age – Deloitte, Global ...


Information and communication technologies (ICT) and work location have been identified during a consultation exercise across Europe as the topics most likely to have the greatest impact on occupational safety and health (OSH) in the future and how it will be governed. ICT encompasses and enables a wide range of technologies with significant overall implications for the workforce and others affected by work activities. It is expected to fundamentally change where we work, how we work, who will work and how people will perceive work. The European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA) has, therefore, commissioned a foresight project on ICT and work location. 2017.05 Key trends and drivers of change in information and communication technologies and work location – EU OSHA

2017.05 Key trends and drivers of change in ICT and ...