WEBINAR: Forrester Futurology Episode IV: The Future Of Me (Part 2)
February 14, 2017
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What does the future of us, as individuals, look like? What does our day look like as we interact with devices as often as we interact with each other? Join Forrester analysts Julie Ask, James McQuivey, and Michael Facemire as they talk about what the future day in the connected workplace looks like!
- Employees will have access to more services and data to do their job better. This notion of being connected means democratizing access to data that helps people make decisions.
- Technology will augment our ability to do our jobs. Monotonous tasks will be automated, and employees will be freed up to focus on more creative and complex challenges instead. Keep an eye out for J.P. Gownder’s upcoming research on the impact of automation on the workforce.
- Workers will feel happier and more fulfilled. People feel good when they are able to solve more problems, be more productive and deliver more value. Employees will be empowered to be creative, not just cogs in the wheel.
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