- Inbunden (Hardback)
- Antal sidor
- 1st ed. 2021
- Springer Nature Switzerland AG
- 18 Illustrations, color; 4 Illustrations, black and white; XIV, 247 p. 22 illus., 18 illus. in color
- 234 x 156 x 16 mm
- Antal komponenter
- 1 Hardback
- 545 g
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Managing Work in the Digital Economy
Challenges, Strategies and Practices for the Next Decade969
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This book provides well-founded insights and guidance to (self-)manage work in a globalized and digitalized knowledge economy with a perspective of the year 2030. International researchers and practitioners draw a picture of how, when, and where we will work most probably in 10 years. Many cases and examples make this work a compendium for learning and for implementing new leadership and management practices. The book assists managers, knowledge workers, human resource professionals, consultants, trainers, coaches in business, public administration, and non-profit organizations to shape the future of work. Drawing on the authors' more than twenty years of research, teaching, and consulting experience, this is one of the first professional guidebooks to analyze and discuss strategies for digital and disruptive changes at the workplace.
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Prof. Stefan Guldenberg is a pioneer and leading expert on the future of work, digital strategies, sustainable leadership, and knowledge management. He is a university professor, platform founder, strategy consultant, executive coach, and knowledge entrepreneur. He studied Business Mathematics, Philosophy, and English at the University of Ulm, then received his doctorate and habilitation at the Vienna University of Economics and Business. Stefan has 25 years of experience in research, knowledge transfer, and practice. He conducts research on and supports the development of strategy and transformation processes. Stays abroad led him, among others, to Harvard University, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and the National University of Singapore. He is the current Vice President Practice of the European Academy of Management (EURAM) and General Secretary of the New Club of Paris, a think tank and agenda-setter for the knowledge economy. Dr. Ekkehard Ernst is an internationally recognized expert on the Future of Work at the International Labour Organization. In recent years, his research focused on the implications of artificial intelligence, robots, and blockchain applications on job growth, inequality, and the transition to a sustainable society. In 2017, Ekkehard co-founded Geneva Macro Labs, a Swiss Do-Tank, to offer a platform to identify, develop and implement solutions to address global challenges and existential risks to promote and advance the United Nations Sustainable Development Agenda. Previously, he worked at the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) and the European Central Bank. Ekkehard Ernst has studied in Mannheim, Saarbrucken, and Paris, and holds a Ph.D. from the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales. He regularly advises external partners on labor market issues, including the European Parliament, The Conference Board, the UK Productivity Insights Network, McKinsey, Roland Berger, and Foresight Alliances. Prof. Klaus North is the Professor of International Management at Wiesbaden Business School, Germany, and previously has been a senior researcher at the International Labour Office (ILO). His current research covers knowledge and innovation management, human resource development, and digitalization. He has published numerous papers and has written 12 books which were also translated into several languages. His textbook "Knowledge Management - Value Creation Through Organizational Learning" (Springer, 2018) has become an established work on the subject. He frequently consults with major firms and public institutions worldwide and teaches in business programs internationally.
Prologue.- Part A Life in 2030.- The World in 2030 - Looking Back Ten Years From Now (Dewan/Ernst/Gravel).- How Humans and Machines Interact (Heinke).- Vignette: Cobot on a Couch: Living with Robotic Companions in 2030 (Richert/Neef).- Part B Work in 2030.- Job Scenarios 2030 - How the World of Work has Changed around the Globe (Samaan)..- Vignette: A Day in the Life of a Medical Doctor in 2030 (Schnurr).- New Forms of Creating Value: Platform-Enabled Gig Economy Today and in 2030 (Hamann/Guldenberg).- Working in 2030: Heaven or Hell: Why Regulations, Standards and Workers' Representation Will Still Matter (Gruber-Risak).- Values vs. Technology? Why We Need to Consider a New Foundation of Work (Hamann).- Part C Leadership in 2030.- The New Roles of Leaders and Leadership in 2030 (Guldenberg).- Digital Leadership and Technology (Guldenberg/Langhof).- Making Collaboration Work (Stoller-Schai).- Vignette: Ella's Day - Work Anywhere Anytime (Josef). Part D Careers in 2030.-p Smart HRM in 2030 - Conversational HR, Connected Robotics and Controlle.- Analytics (Gartner/Kern).- Learning in the Year 2030 (North).- Vignette: Communities, Challenges, Curiosity and Coaches - A Corporate Learner in 2030 (Robes).- Epilogue