Technopolis Workplace Talks: The changing nature of work
Hertta Vuorenmaa is a Research Director specialized in the changing nature of work and the implications for people management at Aalto University.
In this talk, Hertta Vuorenmaa gives us an overview of how work has changed and is changing. She reveals research-based insights on what we now know about these changes on macro-meso-micro-levels and what are the key implications of this all, the do's and the don'ts – and what to consider next.
The talk took place in Technopolis Workplace Talks online event on 14th January, 2022, and aims to answer the following questions:
- From farms to factories to the hybrid office: How has work changed historically?
- What are the current Future of Work macro-meso-micro trends?
- What have we learnt so far about leading this change?
- What changes should leaders prepare for next?
The changing nature of work
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