The Deal in 2020: A Delphi study of the future of the employment relationship
Wilson Wong and Jane Sullivan with Laura Blazey, Alexandra Albert, Penny Tamkin and Gemma Pearson
01 June 2010
Using Delphi methodology, this report, the third in a series examining the evolving employment relationship between employers and employees (what we call ‘the Deal’), sets out to expose the key drivers that are likely to influence the nature of the employment deal in 2020 and imagines three distinct scenarios that throw up a range of issues for people management.
Read some reviews of the report:
"This is not some privileged peek into the future but an intelligent and compelling analysis of possibilities… surprising, challenging and revealing."
Professor Michael West, Executive Dean, Aston Business School
"A thoughtful, informed and challenging report that absolutely reminds H R about its role and functions, without being distracted by debates about H R form..."
Stephen Moir, Corporate Director: People, Policy and Law Cambridgeshire County Council
"It should be required reading for anyone in a leading people management role.”
Neil Morrison, Group HR Director, The Random House Group
"The report is a genuine thought-provoking read for organisations who are looking to the future with their business plans"
Emma Burns, Head of HR Strategy, Royal Bank of Scotland
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