Ed Trevisani hangs with his young sons when they come home from school. He volunteers as a Boy Scout leader, serves on nonprofit boards, and teaches management at Philadelphia-area universities. He’s even been known to sit on the back porch in the middle of the workday. Not bad for a guy who’s still pulling down as much as he did when he was a partner with IBM and PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Future-proof: Preparing young Canadians for the future of work is a new report produced by the Brookfield Institute for Innovation + Entrepreneurship (BII+E) in partnership with RBC.
A tidal wave of change is coming that will soon make the way we work almost unrecognizable to today’s business leaders. In an age of rapidly evolving technologies, business models, demographics, and even workplace attitudes—all shifting concurrently—change is not only constant but also exponential in its pace and scope. Companies from startups and online businesses to incumbents in all industries will experience the effects in far-reaching and transformational ways.
With a new decade upon us, a range of demographic, economic, social and technology shifts are changing the way we live and operate around the world. The Intuit 2020 report looks at the significant trends and forces affecting consumers and small businesses, and those who serve them, over the next decade.
The Boston Consulting Group/Ciett study finds that the private employment sector stands for a number of characteristics that help labour markets to remain and become more efficient, and making it a valuable employment partner for governments, companies and workers in the decades to come.