Reminder: Take Our Survey On What Forces Will Impact The Future Of Work

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Working Futures: A Scenario-Planning Game Exploring The Future Of Work

Earlier this week, we announced our latest project from our think tank wing, the Copia Institute, called Working Futures. This is a project to really take an deep look at what the future of work might really look like in the next ten to fifteen years. As the first part of this project, we're asking people to take a quick survey, to help figure out which driving forces are going to play the most important role in what work looks like going forward. So far, the feedback and insights we've received have been fantastic, provocative and quite thoughtful. However, the more insight we get, the better the overall project will turn out, so if you haven't yet had a chance to do so, please head on over and take the survey. The future of work depends on you...

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