Books and Tools
WorkMatters Membership portal gives you an exclusive access to our inventory of Future of Work resources and tools. Our book Thrive in the Future of Work will help you understand ‘How Embracing an Agile Mindset Will Benefit You And Your Organization’. Further you will also find individual and organizational analysis tools in our toolbox like P.A.R. (Personal Agility Radar) and S.C.O.P.E. (Strategy, Culture, Organization, People, External Focus) for your reference.
Thrive in the Future of Work
How Embracing An Agile Mindset Will Benefit You And Your Organization
What can you do to create a thriving working life for yourself and your organization? How can you shape your Future of Work against the backdrop of current and future workplace trends such as emerging technologies, uncertainty, and seemingly constant change?
THRIVE in the Future of Work provides a journey through the realities, implications and solutions for the rapidly changing world of work we live in today. It is a practical account of what we know so far from those who are already there - and it is both a guide and an invitation for you to explore what your own path will be towards Future of Work readiness and fulfilment.
“Kevin Empey has done a masterful job of helping fold the future into the present in one of the most prevalent settings in our lives: work and working life” Dave Ulrich
About Our Book
The book is presented in four parts across eight chapters. Each chapter provides a mix of facts, research, case studies, tools and prompts to help the reader address the question of what can they do in practical terms to help future-proof themselves and their organizations in the changing world of work.
Personality Agility Radar
The WorkMatters Personal Agility Radar (PAR). Personal Agility refers to the individual qualities and attributes associated with agile performance and effectiveness. The presence of these research-based qualities are necessary for working effectively in an agile work environment - and they also help build greater self-awareness of the qualities needed to adapt and succeed in the changing world of work.
Organizational Agility Tools (S.C.O.P.E.)
The WorkMatters Organisational Agility tool (S.C.O.P.E.) provides leaders with a quick and accessible tool to conduct an overall evaluation of Organisational Agility covering all the key dimensions of Organisational Agility – Strategic, Culture & Leadership, Operational, People and External Focus.
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“With the logic, insights, tools, and examples contained in this programme, mastering agility will turn threat and uncertainty into future opportunity and daily practice” — Dave Ulrich ( Dave Ulrich )
"WorkMatters has partnered with us on our training strategy and delivery support since we began planning our transition to our flexible working model. They have provided us with relevant, tailored and timely training that reflects the intricacies of our business, ensuring we get the best impact from our training effort and approach." — Gillian Cooney ( SMBC Aviation Capital )
"I have worked closely with WorkMatters, particularly in the areas of employee engagement and culture change. WorkMatters were invaluable in helping me focus and assess the key insights, learnings and most impactful action areas for myself, the management team, and the Board. I would have no hesitation in personally recommending WorkMatters for anyone overhauling and modernising their People & Culture Strategy." — Kevin Toland ( CEO, DAA )
"WorkMatters have been providing us with practical training strategy and delivery support since we began planning our transition to our flexible working model. As well as providing relevant and timely training content, they understand the intricacies of our business and help us to ensure we get the best impact from our training effort and approach." — David Walsh ( CEO Netwatch )
"With so much debate around the future of work, WorkMatters helped us to identify the practical organizational and people matters that we can focus on today in order to build and prepare for the future – a very worthwhile and necessary experience." — Cathy Gilmore ( Vice President - International HR at Groupon )