Future of Work and Innovation

What will the world of work and L&D look like 10 years from now?
At Headspring, we often speak with experts to get a glimpse of what’s to come. Below, you will find our collated insights on the future of work and innovation.

Future of Work

Technology is advancing at a speed we haven’t seen before. Workplaces today are significantly different from ten years ago.

Today, technology is an essential part of any of our jobs, and many of us have the option to choose where we work, how we work, and when we work. But where are we heading? Will AI be your closest colleague a decade from now? Will you work in the Metaverse? Will people work less? Below, we will discover insights under the umbrella term ‘Future of Work’ – where we speak with experts about how the workplace will change, how organisations will change, and how innovation and new technology come into play.


Future of Work & Innovation

How we work, where we work, and when we work have changed drastically. Glimpsing into the future of work, one thing is clear: we’re in for even more change.
Below, you will find our insights on the future of work, innovation, and culture.



Featured Podcast

Going Digital

Implementing changes in the workplace can be difficult as most people are resistant to change. Implementing digital changes can be even harder.

In this podcast, we speak with Lyndsey Jones and Balvinder Singh Powar about how to go about digital transformation at work: how to avoid blockers, how motivation can go a long way, and how to create lasting change.

They speak about:

  • How to get people motivated
  • How to circumvent blockers and naysayers
  • How to find internal champions for transformation projects
  • How agile working can help



Learning Rewired

Listen in as we speak with industry leaders and experts about all-things leadership and learning. We dive into expertise, trends, personal experiences, and topics that are shaping the tomorrow of work.


Our Programmes

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Emerging Technology and AI

In the 1930s, John Maynard Keynes, a famous economist, made two predictions: By 2020, the economy would have grown to a certain level, and people would work significantly less.
He got the first prediction right, the economy grew to about the level he had predicted. But he got the second one wrong – people don’t, on average, work between four to 20 hours a week. Modern technology hasn’t reduced our working hours drastically. With more advanced technology, and innovation happening at lightning speed, will this change?

Below, you will find our insights on technology and AI, and the intersection with work, now, and in the future.

Generative AI: Are we Seeing the Future of Corporate L&D?

ChatGPT is making headlines. Whether extolling its virtues, exposing its limitations or ringing the death knell for knowledge-based professions, journalists appear endlessly fascinated by a digital development that’s provoking unsettling – and, often, existential – conversations about the long-term impact...