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Introducing The Forbes Future Of Work 50

Introducing The Forbes Future Of Work 50

Introducing The Forbes Future Of Work 50

Introducing The Forbes Future Of Work 50

Excerpt from forbes.com

Nearly three years since the pandemic began, that phrase remains ubiquitous, signifying everything and nothing. It has become, yes, a lazy synonym for hybrid work, a catch-all stand-in for technologies like automation and AI, a branded calling card for workplace consultants trying to cash in on a disruptive moment. But it is also shorthand for the crucial conversations that must be had about creating opportunity for those who lack it, resolving persistent skills shortages, balancing flexibility with collaboration and addressing the burnout and mental health crises the last few years have wrought.

Our inaugural Future of Work 50 list highlights the executives, companies, thought leaders and innovators who are helping shape these conversations—or whose reach positions them to impact millions of workers. Some are high-profile CEOs leading billion-dollar companies whose technologies, philanthropic endeavors or work practices have made them a bellwether. (Read our Q&A with Slack CEO Stewart Butterfield about his own predictions on where work is headed, what he thinks of the metaverse and how he works now.).

Such a list can never be complete or comprehensive. (Nor is it a ranking; names are listed alphabetically only.) Rather, it is eclectic by design—more art than science, sampling than catalog. Still, the 50 names or teams below offer a snapshot of this year’s powerful executives, creative thinkers and widely followed voices who are putting their stamp on the changing world of work.

Iman Abuzeid

Incredible Health • Cofounder & CEO

Tope Awotona

Calendly • Founder & CEO

Andrew Barnes & Charlotte Lockhart

4 Day Week Global • Cofounders

 

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