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The New World of Work By Peter Cheese

The New World of Work by Peter Cheese

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Use this practical guide from the leading voice in the people profession to ensure your business and your workforce thrive in the new world of work.

The New World of Work Summary

The New World of Work: Shaping a Future that Helps People, Organizations and Our Societies to Thrive by Peter Cheese

Work has changed forever. How can HR and leaders adapt? How can they deal with the wellbeing and productivity crisis, address the skills gap and build better organizations? This book has the answer. Written by a leading voice in the people profession, The New World of Work takes an evidence-based approach to provide practical advice on how the business and employees can succeed. It covers how to combat stalling productivity, poor wellbeing and the increase in mental health issues in the workplace as well as the need for agile learning, ways to close the skills gap and a refreshingly realistic look at the impact of technology. There is also essential discussion of job design, flexible working, diversity and inclusion (D&I) and how to engage both an ageing workforce and new Gen Z recruits. This book also includes guidance on how to build a business which is responsible, trustworthy and transparent, is based on the principles of 'good work' and is one that employees are proud to work for. With global examples and case studies from private and public sector organizations, The New World of Work is the book that HR and business professionals need to seize the opportunity and allow both the business and its people to succeed.

The New World of Work Reviews

Few people have thought so long and hard about the future of work as Peter Cheese. His book offers a timely and comprehensive guide to the forces that will shape the work of tomorrow and lays down the challenge to all of us to help create a good work future. * Matthew Taylor, CEO, RSA, and author of the Taylor Review of Modern Working Practices *
Peter's considerable experience in the world of HR makes this book on the future of the workplace and workforce a must read. * Lord Mark Price, former MD of Waitrose, Founder of Engaging Business and WorkL, and Chairman of Fair Trade UK, Member of the House of Lords *
Peter Cheese's unique perch offers readers a thoughtful perspective on the changing world of work. His observations are astute; his predictions compelling; and recommendations impactful. With his insights, business and HR leaders will discover opportunity as they harness the uncertainty ahead. * Dave Ulrich, Rensis Likert Professor, Ross School of Business, University of Michigan, Partner, The RBL Group *
As a passionate advocate of equality in the Workplace, it is fantastic to see this book talk about the future of work and the challenges and the opportunities it will present. Everyone in business should read this. It opened my eyes to the future we all face. * Baroness Ruby McGregor-Smith, former CEO of Mitie Group, President of the British Chambers of Commerce, Member of the House of Lords *
Never has the pace of change in the world been so rapid. And while we can't be certain of the future, as Peter Cheese sets out in this book, we can shape it. The New World of Work is a compelling narrative of the factors at play and the principles at stake, and is a must read for policy makers, business people, educators, indeed for all of us, as it touches the heart of humanity and the skills we will all need to adapt and prosper in the future. * Sir Peter Estlin Former Lord Mayor of the City of London *
For anyone wanting to better understand and glean valuable insights into the future of work and its drivers, challenges and opportunities, this book hits the target. Importantly, it also offers a set of principles to help guide us to a better future of work. * Professor Chris Warhurst, Director of the Institute for Employment Research, Warwick University *
At a time of huge dislocation in the world of work this books provides context and ideas about how we adapt and adopt a new approach to work, workforce and workplace - a useful blueprint for all those working in an ambiguous time. * Helen Cook, Chief HR Officer, NatWest Group *
When someone with great leadership experience is generous enough to share his wisdom and knowledge with others, it provides a short cut for the rest of us in finding solutions to the complex challenges we face. Peter has been more than generous in this book. However, Peter does more than be generous. Peter shows the reader how to navigate through choppy seas whilst maintaining our integrity, our compassion and our sense of responsibility for leaving the world of work a better place for the next generation. It's a must read book for all who are bothered about being trustworthy leaders. * Professor Veronica Hope Hailey, Director of Policy and Research, The Forward Institute, Professor Emeritus of Management Studies, University of Bath. *
Good work is central to fulfilled personal lives and successful organisations. Peter sets out the rationale for change along with practical insights to secure improved individual and organisational wellbeing. * Anne Sharp CBE, CEO Lincolns Inn and former CEO Acas *
Peter is a leader on Human Resources, CEO of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, and Chair of the What Works Centre: What Works Wellbeing, He knows a great deal about people and work. Human capital and organisation are his passion, and he is a highly respected and recognised consultant, speaker and writer in the field. Writing this book in a Covid-engulfed world, he discusses major shifts in technology, globalisation, geopolitics, education and training, all amid economic uncertainty. The volatility and ambiguity of our current world is made clear. We are at the point of new era and this book helps us to understand what should guide us for the future. * Professor Dame Carol Black, former President of Royal College of Physicians, Principal of Newnham College Cambridge, senior government advisor on health and wellbeing *

About Peter Cheese

Peter Cheese is Chief Executive of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), the professional body for HR and people development. He is also Chair of the What Works Centre for Wellbeing. Based in London, UK, he writes and speaks widely on the themes of the future of work, and engages with politicians, policy makers, academics, business leaders and leaders in the people profession. Prior to the CIPD, he was Chair of the Institute of Leadership and Management after a long career at Accenture where he led the global consulting practice in people and organisation.

Table of Contents

    • Chapter - 01: A new era of work;
    • Chapter - 02: Economics and the economy;
    • Chapter - 03: Globalization and geopolitics;
    • Chapter - 04: Social and demographic change;
    • Chapter - 05: Technology: Automation, AI and beyond;
    • Chapter - 06: Education and learning;
    • Chapter - 07: Focusing on the right things;
    • Chapter - 08: Building responsible business;
    • Chapter - 09: Leadership for the future;
    • Chapter - 10: People strategy at the heart of business strategy;
    • Chapter - 11: Good work as a goal;
    • Chapter - 12: The agile learning organization;
    • Chapter - 13: Wellbeing as an outcome;
    • Chapter - 14: #WTF - What's the future?;

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The New World of Work: Shaping a Future that Helps People, Organizations and Our Societies to Thrive by Peter Cheese
Kogan Page Ltd
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