Future of Work
We are exploring the technological and societal trends that will shape our work environment. We are envisioning what the future will look like in 2050 and charting the paths to get there. In doing so, we are initiating the necessary discussions today to ensure that we can experience this future tomorrow.
These are just a few of the trends that can be predicted today, and they bring with them important social and economic policy questions. To prevent increasing polarization in society, it’s crucial that we start having meaningful discussions about these issues today. The insights gained from these discussions can help us overcome fears and unlock the potential of the future.
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Access to high-quality education should be a fundamental right for people around the world, regardless of their background or economic status. At the same time, we must support the education and development of experts and high-performing individuals who can contribute to solving complex global challenges.
Individuals should have the freedom to choose whether and for how long they want to work, and social security systems as well as personal wealth building should be designed to provide them with the necessary flexibility. This can empower people to take control of their lives and make decisions that align with their personal and professional goals.
White Paper “Future of Work”
As we look to the future and imagine what our lives will be like in the year 2050, we must consider the impact of megatrends and technological advancements on our world of work. How will these changes shape the way we live and work, and what can we do to ensure that we are prepared for them?
To answer these questions, we need to develop a clear vision for the future and identify the megatrends that will either accelerate or slow down their realization. This will allow us to proactively plan and adapt to the changes that lie ahead, and strive for a work-life balance that maximizes our quality of life both as individuals and as a society.
To achieve this, we need to find answers to the following questions:
- How can we ensure social security for every employee and what level of social security do we want to provide?
- How can each individual find their place in society and a meaningful purpose in life?