Workplace 2025 Webinar Series

By Katerina Fernandes, - Resources

Is your business ready for how the world of work will dramatically change over the next decade?

Join experts from Fujitsu and industry analyst group CXP for a series of webinars tackling the shifting sands of the future workplace, and outlining what you can do to equip yourself.

The next decade will see a revolution in the ways we work. Millennials will dominate boardrooms, AI will enter the mainstream, and traditional office boundaries will all but disappear. This will present a huge challenge for the vast majority of organizations. Those unable to adapt will struggle to attract and retain the best talent. They’ll risk falling behind their more agile peers. But in every challenge lies opportunity. It may seem a long way off, but now is the time to prepare for 2025.

Upcoming webinars: 

 Workplace 2025 Manufacturing: The Essential Steps to Building a Future-Proof Workplace

Join a Fujitsu expert and a PAC principal analyst for manufacturing as they explore the findings from the Fujitsu Workplace 2025: Manufacturing Global Survey.

They’ll be examining:

  • Complexity of current workplace technology, which 90% see as a barrier to productivity.
  • Cyber-security practices, which 64% admit have a negative impact on productivity.
  • Time-to-market for new products, 22% of respondents admit their workplace has a negative impact on their ability to accelerate time-to-market.

This live webinar takes place at 10-10.30am GMT / 11-11.30am CET on Thursday 17 May 2018. Join us to find out how to future-proof your workforce.

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