What challenges are you facing
with the New Economy?
Globalisation, the emergence of new technologies and the evolution of the internet, means that many businesses are recognising the need to transform their operating model so they are well positioned to capitalise on the opportunities of a digital economy and minimise the risk of falling profit margins. With greater competition, there has never been more urgency to remain agile and flexible to opportunities created by the New Economy.
For many professionals, there is a greater urgency to upskill and retrain with up to 40% of jobs to be replaced by AI and automation in the next decade. At the same time, the workforce is moving to freelance, flexible and remote work options. Individuals are wondering if it’s possible to have stability being self-employed, pay themselves a regular wage and still create the work/life balance that suits their lifestyle and needs.
The benefits for improved health and wellbeing for individuals are compelling as more time is made available through adopting efficient work practices. However for many, the transition from a structured office job to one set on their own terms can be a significant adjustment and can lead to an increase in anxiety and sense of isolation. Learning how to find purpose and stay connected to your local community is key to experiencing a richer quality of life.
Moving from the traditional business model to an agile one has given me more time and freedom in my life.
The New Economy has helped give more a more flexbility
in both work & life!
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