We asked leaders to look through the telescope: Work and leadership in 2028?!

Sometimes you wonder why such an exciting and thought-provoking piece of work lands on your desk. Deutsche Telekom and Detecon International asked myself and Obiageli Heidelberger-Nkenke at the Henley Centre for Leadership to partner with them on exploring how work and leadership will look in 2028: ‘Work 2028: trends, dilemmas & choices’ report.

180823_DTAG_325_024_Studie_2028_EN_FINALWhat is role of the fourth industrial revolution, artificial intelligence, cognitive computing, transforming human needs, and … for work and leadership? And what are the implications for society, organisations, manager and employees? What do we need to debate and act upon NOW, to successfully reach the next DECADE?

  • 50 fascinating, mind-blowing and provocative interviews with business and societal leaders from different sectors, countries, spheres of live resulted in
  • 16 projections for 2028 Work and Leadership and implications for society, businesses and us as humans
  • often appeared as dilemmas, paradoxes, junctions rather than straight forward, nice and cosy trajectories
  • which give you springboard to kick start debates and action.

A sneak peek. Fancy more?

Here the some “shortcuts” of our 2028 projections for Societies, Organisations, Work and Leadership

  • A CRY FOR SOCIETAL PURPOSE …
  • WORK IS ALL OR NOTHING…
  • TECH-DRIVEN RADICAL TRANSPARENCY …
  • EPISODIC LOYALTY …
  • GIG LEADERSHIP …
  • LEADING HYBRID WORK FORCES …
  • LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT UNLEARNED …

There is not a polite ‘Try this’ – This is a ‘Must do’!

The study and the insights are an eye opener. Hence not ‘Try this’, but a ‘Must do’.

Here details to download ‘Work 2028: trends, dilemmas & choices’ report or our recent article for Henley Leadership Insights.

You find also find initial activities to take this into your organisations, teams, environments.

Debate fast! Act soon! AND get in touch!

Happy engaging – stay tuned. 

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