Media coverage

Wirtschafts Woche, November 2011: “Work from a hammock” – in German (Kerstin Dämon)

Miami HeraldVancouver Sun, November 2011: “Big changes coming to the future workplace” (Cindy Krischer Goodman)

The Glass Hammer, “Movers and Shakers”, November 2011: “Future Work was released in the UK in October and in the US on the 8th of November, and discusses the urgency with which corporations need to address a changing workforce as the global marketplace becomes more complex.”

Financial Times, November 2011: “Our industrial revolution work practices are coming under scrutiny: Future Work, a new book by Alison Maitland and Peter Thomson calls for flexible working...”

Professional Manager, November 2011: “Why the way we work has to change - Authors of Future Work, Alison Maitland and Peter Thomson discuss with CMI's Adrian Gaskell How businesses can adapt and thrive in the new world of work”

Recruiter, November 2011: “According to a new book by senior visiting fellow at Cass Business School, Alison Maitland and Peter Thomson, Future Work: How Businesses Can Adapt and Thrive In The New World Of Work, employees are more productive if they have greater autonomy over where, when and how they work.”

Forbes.com, November 2011: “Future Work: Are you and your organization ready for change?” (Interview about the book by Bonnie Marcus)

Jobsite/Insider, November 2011: “Future-proofing your organization” – article about Peter Thomson’s book presentation at the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development Conference

CMI management news, October 2011: “Working practices set to undergo an ‘imminent revolution’”

HR Bullets, October 2011: “Revolution in work within next decade?”

Management Today, October 2011: “This book provides challenging and persuasive examples of the need to change and is recommended as a wake-up call to the corporate world.”

People Management, October 2011: “Academics predict ‘work revolution’ in next decade”

Financial Times, Recruitment, October 2011: “Future Work is a damning indictment of just how wasteful it is to conduct 21st business using 19th century command and control structures. It points out the comical and meaningless results of such ancient attitudes towards work – presenteeism, demotivation, inefficiency, and the rest.” (Peter Whitehead)

Independent, October 2011: “The world of work is changing rapidly in the digital age… Legislation must keep up with these radical changes – but not by reverting to the old "them and us" confrontation between employers and employees…” (Op-Ed by Alison Maitland, “Treat people well and they won’t ‘slack’”)

Personnel Today, October 2011: “Future vision of work patterns revealed”

WM Magazine: September 2011: “Maitland argues persuasively in her new book, Future Work: How Businesses Can Adapt and Thrive in the New World of Work, co-authored with Peter Thomson, that the traditional 9 to 5 will be the exception in the future because the business case for flexibility will become overwhelming.”

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