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ReConvene Series: Managing the Future of Work

September 28, 2021 to September 28, 2021
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Boston, Boston,, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, United States, 02203

About This Event

Managing the Future of Work\ Multiple forces of change – demographics, technology, automation, globalization – are coming together at an unprecedented pace and scale. How can leaders prepare their organization and create the workforce of the future? \ Harvard Business School’s Project on Managing the Future of Work pursues research that business and policy leaders can put into action to navigate this complex landscape. The Project’s current research areas focus on six forces that are redefining the nature of work in the United States as well as in many other advanced and emerging economies:\ Technology trends like automation and artificial intelligence\ Contingent workforces and the gig economy\ Workforce demographics and the “care economy”\ The middle-skills gap and worker investments\ Global talent access and utilization\ Spatial tensions between leading urban centers and rural areas\ Join Commonwealth Corporation for a conversation with Joseph Fuller, Professor of Management Practice at Harvard Business School and co-lead of the school’s initiative, Managing the Future of Work.\ A 1981 graduate of the school, Joe was a founder, first employee and long-time CEO of the global consulting firm, Monitor Group, now Monitor-Deloitte. His research interests encompass multiple issues related to the future of work, including the skills gap, the growth of gig work and the care economy. He also studies the evolving role of CEOs.