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Workforce Architecture - Fall Winter 2021

Fall/Winter 2021

Welcome to the first issue of Workforce Architecture, a digital magazine and research exchange for the changemakers and trailblazers driving innovation in the world of work.

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In This Issue

Fall/Winter 2021: A message from Lisa Taylor

Welcome to Workforce Architecture, a digital magazine and research exchange for the changemakers and trailblazers driving innovation in the world of work.

Five drivers shaping the Future of Work

As the world of work changes, employers and employees are wrestling with the same five issues. Check out this short infographic about the major drivers changing how humans work.

Why we need a careers lens in public policy

As workforce conditions become increasingly complex, careers need to be placed at the centre of policy—not jobs or skills.

The Talent Revolution Blueprint: A primer

The complex challenges facing today’s changing world of work call for innovative, integrated, and responsive solutions. Enter the Talent Revolution Blueprint.

Interviewing military Veterans: Find your next skilled hired

How can asking better questions about military Veterans help advance Canada’s key priorities for building a learning nation?

To dread and to dream the Future of Work

What do you fear and hope the Future of Work will be? Be part of Workforce Architecture‘s research exchange with this short interactive activity.

Case study: Putting the Talent Revolution Blueprint to work

Let’s compare how a challenge might be addressed with and without using the Talent Revolution Blueprint, and how its use can lead to valuable shifts in thinking and planning.

Exponential with Amanda Lang: Intergenerational workforces

Join business journalist Amanda Lang and Challenge Factory’s president, Lisa Taylor, as they discuss workforce demographics, engagement, and the path forward through change.