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The Future of Working is Immersive, Harvard Business Review Report

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The Future of Working is Immersive, Harvard Business Review Report

The Future of Working is Immersive

 

immersive workplace trendsThe world of work is changing fast, bringing new challenges and unprecedented demands. Automation, digital transformation, the global pandemic, the gig economy, and changes in demographics, employees’ expectations and corporate mandates are just a few of the seismic shifts affecting what companies do and how they do it. To meet these challenges and stay competitive, organizations need to ensure they can respond in an agile way to whatever the future throws at them.

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