What will the future of work look like? It depends who you ask. According to optimists, new technologies will help us work faster and more efficiently such that we will have more free time. Perhaps governments will even introduce a universal basic income to compensate for the (partial) loss of income. Pessimists, on the other hand, predict a future in which advanced automation will cause many jobs to disappear, causing massive unemployment, and further increasing the inequality between rich and poor.
About the author:Wolfgang Mayrhofer is Professor at WU Vienna, Austria. You can read more at his web-page and contact him at his email address Once in a while, most of […]
We could do more, though, and collectively strive to support the emotional tone of our students. This is what I learned from my student’s comment who opened my eyes on a serendipitous discovery. We can, and should, pay attention to create an emotional contagion and leverage it purposefully.
About the author:Bernadeta Goštautaitė is a professor and a research fellow at the ISM University of Management and Economics in Vilnius (Lithuania). You can contact her at email@example.com While I […]
About the author:Ifedapo Adeleye is Associate Professor of the Practice and Faculty Director of the Master’s in Human Resources Management Program at Georgetown University, Washington, D.C. You can contact him […]
About the authors: Lea Reiss and Marco Rapp are doctoral students and research associates at the Interdisciplinary Institute for Management and Organisational Behaviour at WU Vienna (Austria). You can contact […]
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About the authors: Rick Cotton is Associate Professor of Talent Management and Sustainable Innovation at the University of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. You can contact him at: firstname.lastname@example.org Mila Lazarova […]
About the author: Marijke Verbruggen is professor and head of the Department of Work and Organisation Studies, KU Leuven (Belgium). You can contact her at email@example.com In recent years, the […]
About the Author: Emma Parry is Professor of Human Resource Management and Head of the Changing World of Work Group at Cranfield School of Management. You can contact her on […]