Future of Work
The working world of tomorrow is now

The Future Is Now

Future of Work means rethinking corporate learning

In the Future of Work series, we look at future-oriented technologies and ideas in the labour market and in professional development. We want to help shaping the change and to talk about tomorrow's topics today. We provide you with thought-provoking impulses and also give you insights into case studies and success models that will positively influence business outcomes in the future.

Every 3 months, we want to discuss with pioneers and visionaries in the "Future of Work" talk about the challenges, but also about new and exciting opportunities that the change in the world of work brings with it.

THE FUTURE IS NOW
“The future
depends on what you do today.”
― Mahatma Gandhi

The world of work is changing and with it the demands on companies, organisations and their employees. Artificial intelligence, data analytics and robotics will play an increasingly important role in the future. We must continue to develop, and so "lifelong learning" will become a central component of New Work.

Future of work robot professional development and digital games
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Future of work, digital games and professional development
Can Germany afford its current AI scepticism?

Artificial intelligence (AI) is often viewed sceptically in Germany, but often without justification. In this interview with Kristian Schalter, we talk about how future technologies like AI will change our working world and why Germany cannot afford its current AI scepticism in the long term.

imc future of work Interview Çiğdem Uzunoğlu
Digital Games and Professional Development

Competence transfer thanks to digital games? It's possible! In an interview with Çiğdem Uzunoğlu, we explain how computer games and continuing education fit together and how they can be used effectively.

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I joined the imc newsroom team in 2021. As a journalist my heart beats for content and storytelling.  

I’m excited to figure out how e-learing and digitization affect the future of work. My task is to create content to talk about and I’m always looking for trends. 

Privately I love to travel and eat Tapas. 

 

Topics: E-Learning Trends, Corporate Social Responsibility, Press and Influencer Relations, New Work 

Nina Wamsbach
Communications Manager