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In a new white paper entitled Automated, creative, & dispersed – The Future of Work in the 21st century, compiled by the Economist Intelligence Unit and sponsored by Ricoh, senior academics and business leaders predict the drivers that will impact and shape our future working environments.

As part of their long-term vision, businesses need to prepare for the integration of future technologies by ensuring they have the capacity and resources to optimise relevant and underpinning processes prior to adoption. This lays the foundations for new ways of working and the establishment of truly collaborative environments, which help to attract and retain talent.

Read the three insights below to learn more about the top trends that workplace experts from a cross-section of industries believe will change how we work:

Viewpoint: Discover 3 key trends set to impact The Future of Work
In our recent study with the Economist Intelligence Unit, ‘The Future of Work’, we asked senior academics and business leaders from a cross-section of industries to predict the drivers that will impact and shape our working environments over the next 10 to 15 years. Read more

Report: Automated, creative, & dispersed – The Future of Work in the 21st century
Find out about the key trends that will shape the world of work in the next decade and beyond. By interviewing thought leaders from a wide variety of specialisms – including technology, design and the social and environmental sciences – their visions for the future of work will be brought to life. Download the full report

Viewpoint: As technology shifts gears, partnerships will inspire creativity
A recent report by Tech Nation shows that three-quarters of successful digital companies surveyed work within a close network of entrepreneurs with whom they share ideas. This spread of vibrant tech clusters around the UK, such as Tech City in East London and Silicon Beach in Bournemouth, are part of a new trend of working that replicates the genius of 1940s Silicon Valley, whereby academics from Stanford University realised that like-minded people working in close proximity will feed off each other’s ideas. Read more

Ricoh Workstyle is no longer active. You can keep up to date with the latest thinking from Ricoh UK on our new blog, Ricoh Insights.