Many of the commonly held beliefs of the past 30 years about how businesses should be run, and how people should be lead, are being challenged by the new entrants to our workforce. Add to this the technology changes in a globally connected world, and a serious re-think of the new rules of the game becomes necessary.
Work and life have become much more integrated, the lines between the two more blurred.
Technology has given us access to data and ways of working that we could only dream of 10 years ago. We expect people to be “always on”. We expect people to take their work home.
Do we accept they will bring their home to work?
Have we adjusted the policies and practices at work to allow for these blurred lines?
Have adjusted our reward systems to adjust to the much more complex and conceptual world?
Author: Annelie Green