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The 7 dynamics of the New Work Paradigm

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The pandemic has reshaped the equilibrium between people, technology, offices and their organization. The new dynamics that arised from the traditional pillars of work should be explored, while also evaluating the opportunities and risks for both organizations and employees.

Personalization, mental wellbeing, purpose and fairness are more important for us than before. The pandemic has reshaped our lives and has caused us to re-evaluate the role of work within it. At the same time, organisations realise that the current models of professional success no longer apply. Against this backdrop, a holistic approach is needed to define their new working paradigm. This means looking at the interaction of the physical, digital, individual, organizational, environmental and societal dimensions of work and how this impacts the purpose of all employees. Cushman & Wakefield and Capgemini Invent have joined forces to explore these seven dynamics that arise from the tensions between the pillars of work and evaluate the opportunities and risks for organisations and employees alike.

Read more about this topic in our white paper 'The 7 dynamics of the New Work Paradigm'.

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