The world of work is transforming quickly, and we all need to become true agents of change if we want to build a brighter future for ourselves and future generations. This requires us to think beyond the technological advances in AI, IoT, cloud and cybersecurity that change the way we work and consider the human factor. How do organizations build for “work anywhere” operating models of a remote workforce while laying the foundation for a hybrid future? We must examine our entire approach to digital transformation and human resources transformation, which means re-evaluating leadership skills, reinvesting in employee experience and employee engagement, and re-prioritizing diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
The key to embracing this new shape of work is to embrace flexibility for all. In Mercer’s recent New Shape of Work report, 35% of HR leaders said flexibility policies were not widely promoted before the pandemic, whereas 90% of companies now provide flexible working options. It’s clear that nine months into the crisis, organizations are preparing for the long-haul. I’m proud to work for an organization, and with other individuals and companies that are so focused on the importance of the future of work.
The Future of Work is a significant undertaking, which is why this ‘Who’s Who’ report has an important focus on bringing attention to the voices raising awareness and driving solutions within the future of work conversation. From individuals to organizations who are working, speaking and writing within the space.
– Danielle Guzman, Global Head of Social Media, Mercer
What’s Covered in the Report?
In our Future of Work report we have a look at a range of influencers and personas, answering the key questions below:
- Which brand employees are driving most impact online on the topic of Future of Work?
- Who are they key social amplifiers and professional influencers on the topic of Future of Work?
- Who are the key event speakers speaking at Future of Work events?
- Who are the analysts within Future of Work?
- Which journalists are writing about Future of Work?
- Who are the influencers within Future of Work and AI?
- Which influencers are talking about Future of Work and IoT?
- Who are the key influencers discussing Cloud within the Future of Work space?
- Which experts are discussing Diversity & Inclusion within Future of Work?
- Who is discussing Employee Experience within the Future of Work?
- Which influencers are driving the conversation around HR Transformation & Future of Work?
Download the Full Report
These Who’s Who reports are created using the Onalytica platform which has a curated database of over 1 million influencers. Our platform allows you to discover, validate and categorise influencers quickly and easily via keyword searches. The lists are made using carefully created Boolean queries which then rank influencers by resonance, relevance, reach and reference, meaning influencers are not only ranked by themselves, but also by how much other influencers are referring to them. The lists are then validated, and filters are used to split the influencers up into the categories that are seen in the list.
This Who’s Who list should give you an insight into the Future of Work industry and help break it down. We always want to make sure you are getting the most valuable information available from our lists, so feedback is always welcome!
If you want to learn more about Onalytica, or if you’d like to see our platform in action, feel free to get in touch!
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Clelia is part of the marketing team here at Onalytica, with a passion for all things video, written and social, she focuses on content creation, distribution and social campaigns.