New REPORT: Leading the Thought Paradigms in Future of Work

People spend more waking hours at work than anywhere else. So it’s no surprise that in a fast-changing world, the workplace is transforming. As part of the larger digital transformation of business, the future of work is being discussed as a wide range of developments in both technology and culture. It is already driving massive innovation and become an opportunity for competitive advantage.

This report, from influencer marketing platform Little Bird, identifies the top 20 thought leaders on the Future of Work that the business world is paying attention to. It also identifies the top 20 companies paying the most attention to conversations about this topic.

According to LittleBird, the following 20 people don’t just talk about the Future of Work, they are aScreen Shot 2015-12-01 at 10.58.15 AMmong the smartest, most-connected people in the world talking about it. They won the respect of their peers through connecting and participating in social conversations. By observing who the community watches most, we can discover some of the best sources for intelligence and perspective in the future. Screen Shot 2015-12-01 at 10.58.24 AM

A new way for companies to keep ahead of market trends and gain a competitive advantage is to pay attention to the things thought leaders are saying on social networks. There’s incredible potential for companies to seize new competitive advantages, and grow their bottom line, all while benefitting the people who work for them. The next section shows the top 20 companies that are paying attention to the things that Future of Work experts are saying.

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Screen Shot 2015-12-01 at 11.03.44 AMWhile my main coverage is not Future of Work, it is very related to this because bad customer experience comes from what employees implement- strategy, process, people, resources, technology –and if the people don’t have a good work experience they can’t create can amazing experience for customers. Just can’t happen.

@DrNatalie, VP and Principal Analyst, Constellation Research

Covering the Future of Customers, Work and Engagement

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