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Futurists Insights Series - Technology


The explosion of new technologies, mass adoption of social channels, ubiquity of mobile and connectivity, and proliferation of devices continue to drive massive transformation, but at what cost? How can large organizations collaborate, integrate, and innovate quickly enough to survive at the speed of their customers? What are the questions we could or should be asking to really make changes for work that make sense?

The answers lie only in bringing the brightest minds together to figure it out.

Futurists Insights Series - Technology

  1. 1. T H E F U T U R E O F W O R K T ECH NOLOGY #NewWayToWork By 2030, Millennials will make up to 75% of the workforce *Meghan M. Biro – Embracing Change to the Re-Imagined Workforce, 2014 10 billion: This is the number of personal mobile devices that are estimated to be in use by 2020 *Seven Stats About The Future of BYOD, AKUITY, 2014 91% of us wake up and reach for our devices because we are addicted to technology *Daniel Newman, In The Future Technology Will Be Invisible, 2015
  2. 2. T H E F U T U R E O F W O R K COLLABORATION/ C O M M U NI C ATION #NewWayToWork Organizations offering workplace flexibility increased engagement and motivation by more than 80% *Meghan M. Biro – Embracing Change to the Re-Imagined Workforce, 2014 94% of surveyed workers have felt overwhelmed by information to the point of incapacity *The Knowledge Worker’s Day: Our Findings, Basex, 2012 The average interaction worker spends an estimated 28% of the work week managing email *McKinsey Global Institute - The social economy: Unlocking value and productivity through social technologies, July 2012, and Susan Felman, Hidden cost of information work: A progress report, International Data Corporation, May 2009
  3. 3. T H E F U T U R E O F W O R K COLLABORATION/ C O M M U NI C ATION #NewWayToWork 79% of adults agree that a successful career today requires collaborating and sharing credit with others *The Athena Doctrine, 2013 81% of people said you need both masculine and feminine traits to thrive in today’s world *The Athena Doctrine, 2013 In testing cooperative behavior, 50% of participants behaved cooperatively *The Unselfish Gene, 2011
  4. 4. T H E F U T U R E O F W O R K COLLABORATION/ C O M M U NI C ATION #NewWayToWork Only 20% believe their organization is currently acting truly “social” *#IBMSocialStudy, 2014 45% of companies are using social to identify internal talent or key contributors *Meghan Biro - Embracing Change to the Re-imagined Workforce, 2014 74% of respondents define a “social” business as one that uses social technology to foster collaboration among customers, employees and partners *#IBMSocialStudy, 2014
  5. 5. T H E F U T U R E O F W O R K TA L E N T #NewWayToWork Mining community expertise is a grassroots effort — 43% rely on employee evangelists to help kickstart adoption *IBM Social Study, 2014 70% of U.S. workers are not engaged or actively disengaged at work *Gallup’s State of the American Workplace report, 2013 Talent development and employee engagement account for over 80% of top workforce challenges for CHROs today *IBM CHRO Insight Study, 2013
  6. 6. T H E F U T U R E O F W O R K TA L E N T #NewWayToWork The CAI study found that 82% of social organizations used social networks to recruit, versus the16% average in a Jan. 2014 IBM Smarter Workforce Institute study *IBM Social Study, 2014 Today, 47% of workers were born after 1980 *Will Stanley SHRM SlideShare Millennials will be the majority workforce by2020 and 75% of the workforce by 2025 *Jacob Morgan, We Are All Cogs Working for Slave- Drovers as We Go about Out Daily Drudgery
  7. 7. For more insights about the Future of Work, follow #NewWayToWork on Twitter or go to IBM.com/Verse