Listen up! The future of workforces and workplaces
- 3:57 - When we’ve put ourselves to the test as we have had to do over the past two years, businesses have been pretty good and very able at coming up with better ways of doing things and doing them quickly.
- 20:32 - If companies continue to think about the challenge in these terms and focus on where people are on given days, I think they’ll overlook a much bigger opportunity and that’s to fundamentally rethink, rebuild, reimagine the way their business operates and where it operates.
- 25:25 - I think those work environments will be effectively zoned. I look on these zones as being more like film sets or film studios, and each one will have a different script, will have a different technology usage, will have different scenery… We talk about the office. I think there’ll be many more hybrid office locations, maybe even pop-up locations that we use specifically for specific purposes. There’s a huge amount of change to come there.
Joe Kornik, Editor-in-Chief of VISION by Protiviti, chats with Peter Richardson, Managing Director and Architect for the Future of Work at Protiviti. Richardson leads the firm’s focus on the future of work globally where he emphasizes rebuilding the operating model and future of work engine by empowering teams, equipping them to contribute fully in a hybrid environment and developing and underpinning culture. The two discuss the future of work as it relates to culture, collaboration, and location for knowledge workers.
Peter Richardson is Managing Director and Architect for the Future of Work at Protiviti. Richardson leads Protiviti’s focus on the future of work globally. In helping clients face the future with confidence in an ever more dynamic world, he emphasizes rebuilding the operating model and future of work engine by empowering teams, equipping them to contribute fully in a hybrid environment and developing an underpinning culture. Richardson is a specialist in change management and operational transformation.