As technology continues to blur the line between digital and physical, there is a heightened focus on what the future of work will bring. The latest issue of Deloitte Review examines the key trends shaping the future of work —from new talent models, cognitive tools and augmented reality to the gig economy and more — and how companies and employees alike can take action to help define what comes next.

The newest issue of Deloitte Review features 10 articles on the “Future of Work” including an interview with Deloitte US CEO Cathy Engelbert, New York Times op-ed columnist Tom Friedman, and John Hagel, co-chairman for Deloitte’s Center for the Edge. In the piece, “Radically open: Tom Friedman on jobs, learning, and the future of work,” they discuss how business can adapt to pressing challenges such as the gig economy, richer knowledge flows and the future of schools. Friedman shares insights on how employers and employees should constantly be thinking and planning ahead in order to avoid problems in the future.

The publication’s content speaks to the fact that the future of work is about constantly evolving and adapting to disruptions, uncertainties and expectations. And, it not only impacts the business world but has far reaches into how we approach our everyday lives.

“We are currently in a unique position to alter and shape our future by understanding the powers driving these changes in our lives and business,” said Heather Stockton, Deloitte global future of work and Americas human capital practice leader, Deloitte Global. “Deloitte Review explores what lies ahead and how talent models, cognitive skills, talent demographics and even the very definition of a career is changing.”

Navigating the future of work: Can we point business, workers, and social institutions in the same direction?” provides a framework for business to understand three key forces shaping the future of work and helps equip them with tools to help make the future of work productive and rewarding for everyone.

In an age where skill sets can become obsolete in just a few years, many workers are scrambling to stay current. “Catch the wave: The 21st-century career” shows how organizations can encourage continuous learning, improve individual mobility and foster a growth mindset in every employee, year after year.

“Work and jobs are dramatically changing as automation and cognitive technologies, along with the gig economy and crowds, transform and augment the workforce. We hope our new issue of Deloitte Review will enable business leaders to better understand the timely opportunities and challenges that lie ahead while giving them insights to start experimenting and making changes today,” said Erica Volini, principal and U.S. human capital leader, Deloitte Consulting LLP.

This issue of Deloitte Review also covers:

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