The Workplace of the Future Is a Mix of Human and Machine

Creatives need to find a way to use these tech tools to improve work

Photo illustration of people working with machines
What role can you play to help your workforce navigate these changes? Getty Images

By now there’s no doubt we’re experiencing seismic shifts in the workplace that represent another industrial revolution. Technology has sparked quantum leaps before, but this one is different. This revolution is redefining the very nature of work, which means the professional skills required in a dynamic workplace are quickly changing, too. Meanwhile, only half of today’s chief human resources officers say they’ve built out a future workforce strategy.

@julietrandall Juliet Randall is vice president at Deloitte Consulting LLP and a Deloitte Ecosystems and Alliances marketing leader.
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