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The Future Of Work

Part of Forrester’s “Future Of” complimentary webinar series

The future of work is often described in dispassionate numerical and structural terms, leaving far too much to the imagination. But the future of work is not about the robots or jobs themselves; it's about the consumers, employees, and executives who train and benefit from automation and make us better able to see how humans overall benefit and even flourish.

Join Forrester thought leaders' Keith Johnston, Sam Stern, James McQuivey, and J.P. Gownder as they discuss how customers, employees, leaders, and robots can all win in the future of work.



In this complimentary webinar, they will cover:

  • How to harness automation to create more winners: customers, employees, leaders, and robots alike.
  • How to measure your employees’ readiness and success in the future landscape — and what to do to unlock the full potential of your human capital.
  • How to diagnose your firm’s ability to use robots as a multiplying force and partners in success.
  • What it means to put humanity at the center of the future of work.

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Date and time:
Wednesday, June 26

11:00 a.m. ET
8:00 a.m. PT
16:00 BST


45 minutes

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We look forward to you joining us for Forrester's Future Of Webinar Series on "The Future Of Work" on Wednesday, June 26 at 11:00 a.m. ET | 8:00 a.m. PT | 16:00 BST.

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Keith Johnston

VP, Research Director

James L. McQuivey

VP, Principal Analyst

J.P. Gownder

VP, Principal Analyst

Samuel Stern

Principal Analyst