Strategy

Introducing Future Work Now

Future Work Now – Inspiring employees to produce topline results.

In the future of work, the human resource will increasingly become the ultimate resource. But companies will need to use their people more efficiently as they deploy smart technologies and take on competition not yet imagined. Businesses everywhere will have to reinvent their model to keep their people and organizations engaged and inspired to do their best work.

Today’s digital economy requires organizations to find new ways to inspire their employees, and that starts with Future Work Now. Future Work Now (FWN) is a comprehensive program developed to help individuals, teams and organizations thrive in the digital age while responding to disruptive trends. Unlike traditional transformation services, FWN integrates the new dynamics of today into seven interconnected levers and guides employees through a continuum that results in improved ROI and the ability to connect with individuals.

Starting with the identification of the key business challenges, Future Work Now helps organizations develop a custom roadmap that creates an inspirational employee experience, drives innovation, and, in turn, delivers financial returns. This is accomplished by integrating seven levers focusing on the needs of the individual, team and organization:

  • Collective purpose
  • Global digital leadership
  • Teaming ability
  • Mind clarity
  • Performance and rewards
  • Technology experience
  • Physical environment

In isolation, each lever can positively influence employees. However the full power of Future Work Now is realized when interconnecting the seven levers to work together and fully address change.

An unprecedented reinvention of work is here. This is the new normal – activating the individual, team and organization to meet the urgent demands to succeed in tomorrow’s marketplace. It can only be described as getting back to human. Many companies are working aggressively to adapt to future trends. Is yours one of them?

Learn more about this reinvention of the workplace at ey.com/fwn or experience the future of work here.