The nature of work is changing. These changes are driven by technology as well as a new generation of workers who are rejecting old norms and instead seeking a life of balance and meaning. The workplace is also changing, in many cases physically. The lines between work and regular life have blurred for a generation, but now companies need to transform themselves to cater to a new set of expectations. 

To help our readers stay up to date on the latest in the transformation of the workplace, we’re introducing The Future of Work Briefing, where we’ll chronicle how work, the workplace and workforces are changing with stories from Digiday, Glossy and Modern Retail.

It’s more than a collection of links. We’ll bring you stories and analysis of how the world of work is transforming, a look at spaces, technology, culture and wellness by talking to the people on the inside and a behind-the-scenes look at how different industries are adapting.

Some themes we’ll explore include: 

Technology: From the rise of robots to new ways of communication, technology is changing how workers in various industries perform their jobs. We’ll explore everything from remote work to automation to how leadership has to redefine the capabilities and skills needed.

Wellness: What does it mean to create a workplace culture as industries are being changed both from the inside and out? We’ll look at how leaders and execs are redefining workplace culture, including for issues of diversity and how business models need to adapt to create an inclusive workplace — and its limits.

Leadership: We’ll cover everything from management philosophies to organization strategies and interview great leaders on what it takes to run a company and its parts — as well as what makes them tick and keeps them productive.

Diversity & Inclusion: From updated hiring practices to changing leadership teams, we’ll be sharing how companies are approaching a diverse and inclusive future and whether or not they’re living up to their promises.

Spaces: Where you work is sometimes as important as what you do. Spaces is our take on the future of the workspace, spotlighting some of the most unique offices, desks and habitats in various industries. Sign up now to get it delivered to your inbox every Friday.

By entering your information, you’re allowing Digiday Media to store and use your data to keep you up to date on top stories, events and other programs. As stated in our privacy policy, we won’t share your data unless you explicitly provide permission.

The nature of work is changing. These changes are driven by technology as well as a new generation of workers who are rejecting old norms and instead seeking a life of balance and meaning. The workplace is also changing, in many cases physically. The lines between work and regular life have blurred for a generation, but now companies need to transform themselves to cater to a new set of expectations. 

To help our readers stay up to date on the latest in the transformation of the workplace, we’re introducing The Future of Work Briefing, where we’ll chronicle how work, the workplace and workforces are changing with stories from Digiday, Glossy and Modern Retail.

It’s more than a collection of links. We’ll bring you stories and analysis of how the world of work is transforming, a look at spaces, technology, culture and wellness by talking to the people on the inside and a behind-the-scenes look at how different industries are adapting.

Some themes we’ll explore include: 

Technology: From the rise of robots to new ways of communication, technology is changing how workers in various industries perform their jobs. We’ll explore everything from remote work to automation to how leadership has to redefine the capabilities and skills needed.

Wellness: What does it mean to create a workplace culture as industries are being changed both from the inside and out? We’ll look at how leaders and execs are redefining workplace culture, including for issues of diversity and how business models need to adapt to create an inclusive workplace — and its limits.

Leadership: We’ll cover everything from management philosophies to organization strategies and interview great leaders on what it takes to run a company and its parts — as well as what makes them tick and keeps them productive.

Diversity & Inclusion: From updated hiring practices to changing leadership teams, we’ll be sharing how companies are approaching a diverse and inclusive future and whether or not they’re living up to their promises.

Spaces: Where you work is sometimes as important as what you do. Spaces is our take on the future of the workspace, spotlighting some of the most unique offices, desks and habitats in various industries. Sign up now to get it delivered to your inbox every Friday.

By entering your information, you’re allowing Digiday Media to store and use your data to keep you up to date on top stories, events and other programs. As stated in our privacy policy, we won’t share your data unless you explicitly provide permission.