Across all industries, digital disruption is no longer a hypothetical—it’s reality. Digitization is changing the way products are made, marketed, and delivered, altering consumers’ behavior and expectations in turn. These changes are unlike anything the world has seen since the Industrial Revolution. Those who don’t adapt will be left behind.
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How can co-ops claim the future of work? - Co-operative News
Work is changing, and quickly. Phrases like gig and sharing economy, globalization, automation and digitization now hold sway in conversations about where the life of the professional is headed. What’s become abundantly clear is that the company of the future is going to have to adapt if it wants to compete, retain top talent and ultimately thrive in an increasingly interconnected world. Here’s a brief look at three mini-revolutions that are about to have a huge impact...