The CHT is an independent nonprofit organization whose aim is to drive a comprehensive shift toward humane technology by changing the way technologists think about their work and how they build products. Their work is focused on combatting the pernicious effects of technology as it is designed today: digital addiction, mental health, breakdown of truth, polarization of society, political manipulation and superficiality.
This is an award-winning community of blogs and resources, focused on the Future of Work. They have some excellent material, with guest writers and they keep a well updated “library” with the latest reports and research on the topic.
The Future of Work portal of the International Labour Organisation (ILO) hosts reports, research papers and articles on the Future of Work from a labour perspective: how automation is affecting employment, trends affecting jobs, recommendations to improve the situation of workers worldwide, etc.
The Institute for the Future is a non-profit that has been working on strategic Futures Thinking and forecasting for more than 50 years. You can find here tools and methodologies to conduct your own futures thinking exercise and plenty of resources (signals, forecasts, scenarios, whitepapers…) on the Future of Work specifically.
The Work + Learn Futures Lab is of particular interest.
McKinsey & Company offer a lot of quality resources (articles, a blog, podcasts) on talent, workforce, management trends and the organisation of the future.
Essential site to keep abreast on the latest on technology and trends. The daily newsletter and the weekly newsletter on AI (the Algorithm) are particularly good.
Another essential to keep updated on the newest and latest on technology.
This site provides insights on how the Generation Z members think the world will be shaped in the next decade, focusing on four main topics: Activism, Identity, Work & Education and Well-Being.