Send the link below via email or IMCopy
Present to your audienceStart remote presentation
- Invited audience members will follow you as you navigate and present
- People invited to a presentation do not need a Prezi account
- This link expires 10 minutes after you close the presentation
- A maximum of 30 users can follow your presentation
- Learn more about this feature in our knowledge base article
The Futuristic Workplace
Transcript of The Futuristic Workplace
Offices will become more environmentally friendly
Eliminate language barriers
Companies have flexible schedules and employ contract workers Traits of a Future Manager Communication - demonstrates the ability to share ideas and findings clearly in written and oral expression
Self-Management - demonstrates the ability to evaluate oneself, modify behaviour, and meet performance obligations
Leadership - demonstrates the ability to influence and support others to perform complex and sometimes ambigious tasks 6:15 a.m.
Jeevan Grewal, the senior director of Nexxtech, begins his day by waking up and eating breakfast.
He walks to his on-campus office building.
The sensors detect his presence upon his arrival to work. A facial recognition scan analyzes his facial features and confirms his position in the work.
He places his Smartphone on his desk, an interactive multi-tough surface, and it instantly begins charging. The agenda for his day is projected on a wall and he organizes his schedule with a flip of his finger.
Mr. Grewal attends his first virtual meeting of the day via hologram, with co-workers stationed in countries across the world. The members at this meeting input ideas from their separate locations by contributing suggestions to the “Idea Network”.
Mr. Grewal attends a workshop which trains him to learn new languages and better understand different cultures.
Mr. Grewal takes a break. He goes to a rooftop garden to relax from his busy day.
10:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Because Nexxtech is currently working on improving their current operating system, Mr. Grewal meets with the IT department to discuss their plans.
Mr. Grewal accompanies the IT department to Boston Pizza – a free resteraunt, along with many others, located on campus for employees.
Mr. Grewal makes a daily visit to the “Idea Network” program to ensure employees complete their duties in a timely and efficient manner. Based on their performance, he chooses who to hire and fire.
Mr. Grewal signs out for the day and goes home to work from his home office. Technically, his work day has not yet finished because he still has to keep up with his work. The Futuristic Office
2030 Evolution of the Workplace Past Typewriters
mainly men in the workplace
bulky desktop computers
manual labour, 12-16 hours a day
typical workweek = 50 hours
basic wage supported a wife and 3 children
women and minorities were paid half the amount men were
several unsafe workplaces many employee accidents
70 years ago - 38/100,000 people were killed at work
no job security, no retirement fund, no health care insurance keyboards, printers
portable computers, Wi-Fi usage
equal number of men and women at work
typical workweek = 35 hours
4/100,000 people killed at work.
95% jobs have benefits (i.e. dental care, medical care, general health care...etc.)
more flexibility (vacation pay, sick leave, maternity leave)
allows employees to work from home or a telework.
teleworkers generally work off-site 2-3 days per week, and are linked to the office by cell phone, laptop and/or email
Global Strategist - plans to help the company build a global presence Master of Technology - managers must keep up with technological trends Inspiring Leader - sharing a vision is key to a business' success Nexxtech Jeevan