Luckily, Gartner has done the research to help businesses stay on top of the emerging trends that will likely shape tomorrow’s workforce. Per our view, among the top trends to look for are:
- A shift toward nomadic, “anywhere, anytime” work
- Employee preference for virtual meetings over in-person meetings
- “Everyday AI”, where AI becomes more critical, but less noticeable
- Deeper analysis of employee work patterns thanks to SaaS knowledge graphs
"The value of these advances in technology is not in replacing employees, but in augmenting them — making them more productive and more engaged."
"By 2022, one in five workers doing non-routine tasks will rely on AI to do their jobs."
"By 2023, fewer than one-third of digital workers will select the corporate office as their preferred place to work."
"By 2024, 80% of newly created documents and correspondence will contain recycled content and content inserted through autocompletion."
Who is this report for?
This report is especially relevant for CIOs and CTOs who want to understand the technologies that will be shaping tomorrow’s workplace. Download the full report to see Gartner’s predictions and start future-proofing your workplace.
What will I learn?
Discover how remote work, collaboration and AI technologies will affect the future of work. From changes in physical office spaces to changes in the way we interact with AI, Gartner’s latest research breaks down a number of trends every IT leader should be aware of.
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Gartner, Predicts 2020: Digital Workplace Applications Led by the New Work Nucleus, Lane Severson, Matt Cain, Craig Roth, Christopher Trueman, Carol Rozwell, Rashmi Choudhary, Stephen Emmott, Adam Preset, Michael Woodbridge, 6 December 2019
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