The workplace is changing and as a result many organizations are thinking of new ways that they can empower employees to get their jobs done. As with any type of evolution the things that aren’t effective die out and are replaced by something else. In this episode of the #futurein5 I wanted to share 5 workplace practices that I see dying out over the next few years. Of course there are others that can be included in this list but these are the most common ones that I see organizations working on.
- Working fixed hours
- Looking at offices strictly as a place of work
- Executives and managers controlling all the information
- Annual employee reviews
I talk about these 5 things more in the video below. Let me know what you think. Are there any other workplace practices that you think are on their way out?
Jacob Morgan is a keynote speaker, author (most recently of The Future of Work), and futurist. You can get the first 30 pages of his book for free as well as weekly content on the future of work by subscribing to his newslett
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