Challenge

Is a techlash on the horizon?"

Results will be announced on 24-12-2020

Introduction

Driven by the rapid acceleration of technology and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, the workplace and the experience of work are at an inflection point. Employees have adapted to new work environments, underpinned by virtual technologies and remote work enablement. How will the experience of work change as a result?

Simultaneously, we are moving from the data economy to the behavioral economy. Like data, behavior is becoming quantified, standardized, packaged and traded. Using sophisticated capabilities such as behavioral economics and affective computing, companies can now measure, understand and shape behavior.

How will these trends converge, and more importantly is a technology backlash, a techlash on the horizon?

Introduction

Driven by the rapid acceleration of technology and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, the workplace and the experience of work are at an inflection point. Employees have adapted to new work environments, underpinned by virtual technologies and remote work enablement. How will the experience of work change as a result?

Simultaneously, we are moving from the data economy to the behavioral economy. Like data, behavior is becoming quantified, standardized, packaged and traded. Using sophisticated capabilities such as behavioral economics and affective computing, companies can now measure, understand and shape behavior.

How will these trends converge, and more importantly is a technology backlash, a techlash on the horizon?

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