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ZURICH, JANUARY 19, 2018


INDUSTRY CHALLENGES





Disruptive innovations are creating new industries and business models, and destroying old ones.

New technologies, data analytics and social networks are having a huge impact on how people communicate, collaborate and work.

Many of the roles and job titles of tomorrow will be ones we’ve not even thought of yet.






INNOVATION TRENDS








AUTOMATION & AI


COMPANIES CARE


SMALL IS BEAUTIFUL


The logical conclusion of the industrial revolution and the metrics of capitalism is that anything that can be measured or based on rules will be automated.

Social responsibility dominates the corporate agenda with concerns about demographic changes, climate and sustainability becoming the key drivers of business.

Companies begin to break down into collaboration networks of smaller organisations; specialisation dominates the world economy.






VERTICAL LEAD






ROBERT PANHOLZER
 EXPERTS MANAGER ATLASSIAN





"The speed of technological progress, such as the popularity of the ‘Internet of Things’, will have a big impact on the way we work over the next ten years.
Organizations will have to be prepared to undergo new learning cycles and adapt themselves to these new challenges, not only to survive, but to succeed."

Robert Panholzer, Experts Manager at Atlassian







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SAN FRANCISCO


GABRIELLE OTTINO

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SAN FRANCISCO



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