This webinar will discuss how accelerated change, demands for organizational agility, work automation, efforts to increase diversity and equity, and emerging alternative work arrangements are rapidly revealing that the traditional work operating system based on jobs and jobholders is too cumbersome and ill-suited to the future.
Based on key insights from the new book, Work without Jobs, by Ravin Jesuthasan and John Boudreau, the webinar will describe a new work operating system that deconstructs jobs into their components and allows work to be perpetually reinvented by recombining those more granular elements.
“The world is changing fast but the way we work is, in many crucial ways, stuck in the past. Ravin Jesuthasan and John Boudreau lay out a powerful argument for moving beyond the staid and outdated assumptions and toward a reimagined work system. This engaging book will help both individuals and organizations become more agile, resilient, and inclusive.”
- Daniel H. Pink, #1 New York Times bestselling author of When, Drive, and To Sell Is Human
The webinar will also discuss cases that illustrate how leading organizations are embracing work deconstruction and reinvention, at the cutting edge of work automation and worker engagement, and how they are building and implementing this new operating system.
In this webinar you will learn:
- The key ideas and case studies featured in the new book, Work without Jobs
- Four principles of the new work operating system
- How to connect talent to work through skills
- Insights and solutions for how to prepare for the future of work
Global Leader, Transformation Services, Mercer
US Transformation Leader, Mercer