The Global Future of Work—The Future Place and Structure of Work

The Global Future of Work—The Future Place and Structure of Work

Trade, Technology, and Transparency to Shape the Workplace in 2025

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18-Dec-2015
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Research Code: NFE8-01-00-00-00
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The Global Future of Work—The Future Place and Structure of Work applies a multi-faceted approach to answering the question: where will work take place in 2025? Topics include international trends, such as mega-regional trade deals and right-shoring considerations; workplace design and format trends, such as smart offices and innovative retail space models; and organization and virtual trends, such as startup ecosystems and enhanced virtual collaboration technologies. Snapshots are provided for both developed and developing economies, and sector highlights consider how environmental changes and competitive national strategies aim to divert agricultural, industrial, and service work, globally. The study period is from 2015 to 2025.

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Table of Contents

The Future Place and Structure of Work—Key Findings

Scope of Study—Trend, Economy, and Sector Coverage in the Future Place and Structure of Work

  • Economic and International Trends
  • Organization and Virtual Trends
  • Economy Types
  • Design and Format Trends
  • Economic Sectors

Research Methodology—From Macro-to-micro

List of Definitions

  • Identify the Mega Trend through brainstorming sessions
  • Identify the sub-trend through scenario-building exercises
  • Assess the impact of the Mega Trend on a micro level
  • Opportunities analysis

List of Acronyms and Abbreviations

  • Mega-regional Trade
  • Mega Trend
  • Startup Ecosystem
  • Internet of Things
  • (IoT)

Economic and International Trends—Key Findings

Mega-Regionals Will Hasten Global Free Trade and Divert Trade Routes

Mega-Regionals Have the Potential to Redirect Business

The Global Value Chain Determines What Work is Done Where

Determining Where to Shore is Becoming Increasingly Complex

Future FDI Prioritizes Infrastructure and Innovation over Labor Costs

Global Real Estate Vehicles Will Stabilize Some Commercial Markets

Office Space Cycles Promise Increasing Rates in Developed Economies

Ease of Business Scores Are on an Upward Trend

Global Work Centers Will Include Economies on the Rise

Five Trends Will Define Future Multinational Footprints

“Macro-to-micro”—Strategic Recommendations and Predictions

Design and Format Trends—Key Findings

Next-Gen Corporate Campuses Take Cues from Collegiate Design

Workers and Tenants Will Expect Smart Structural Advantages

Future Office Buildings Will Reduce Their Ecological Footprints

Office Space Design Will Engender Collaboration

Design Will Pay Greater Attention to Diverse Styles and Sizes

Office Space Evolution—Cases-in-Point

What’s Next in Commercial Real Estate Analytics and Transparency

Collective, Shared, Rented—Office-on-demand Options are Expanding

On-the-go Retail Will Avoid Permanence and Prioritize Speed

Work Spaces Will Evolve with Increasingly Urbanized Settings

“Macro-to-micro”—Strategic Recommendations and Predictions

Organization and Virtual Trends—Key Findings

Emerging Startup Hotbeds Will Disperse Economic Opportunity

Organization Structures Will Reduce Bureaucratic Inefficiencies

2025’s C-Suite Will Focus on Technology, Talent, and Territory

Globally, Mobile and Remote Workers are Expected to Increase

The Remote Office—Social Enterprise in an Age of Increasing Speed

The Remote Lab—R&D/Innovation’s Increasing Use of Virtual Space

Online Procurement—B2B Commerce in the Marketplace Era

“Macro-to-micro”—Strategic Recommendations and Predictions

Snapshots of Economies—Key Findings

Developed Economies Will Benefit from Existing Technological Gaps

A Deeper Dive—The Netherlands’ Approach to Future-proofing Work

Developing Economies Will Increase Global Trade Activity

A Deeper Dive—Kenya’s Connectivity to Drive Workplace Change

“Macro-to-micro”—Strategic Recommendations and Predictions

Sector Scenarios—Key Findings

Agricultural Work Will Expand Where Arable Land and Water Resources Are Abundant, and Where Productivity Stands Improvement

Globalization in the Industrial Sector Will Drive More Governments to Set Manufacturing Strategies

Services Sector Will Drive Income Growth in Developing Economies

“Macro-to-micro”—Strategic Recommendations and Predictions

3 Big Predictions

Legal Disclaimer

Full List of Slide Titles

List of Countries Grouped by Economy Type or Organization

List of Countries Grouped by Region

Full List of Subsectors by Economic Sector

List of Figures
  • 1. Pending Mega-Regional Trade Agreement Trade Flows, Global, 2015
  • 2. Pending Mega-Regional Trade Agreement Trade Flows, Global, 2015
  • 3. Trade Flow Trends, Select Economies, 2005, 2010, and 2015
  • 4. Factors Influencing Investments and Sourcing, Global, 2015–2025*
  • 5. Manufacturing GDP Growth versus Future FDI, Innovation Index,
  • 6. Select Economies, 2015 Select Economies, 2005–2015*
  • 7. FTSE EPRA/NAREIT Return Trends for Select Indices, Global, 2005–2015
  • 8. Average Price for Select Office Markets, Global, 2010 and 2015
  • 9. Projected Metropolitan Class A Office Costs, Select Markets, 2014–2016
  • 10. Business Ease Index, Select Economies, 2010, 2015, and 2016
  • 11. Overview of Select Rising Economies, Global, 2010 and 2015*
  • 12. Trends in Future Multinational Footprints, Global, 2015–2025
  • 13. Next-Gen Mega-campus Design, Global, 2015
  • 14. The Potential Future of Smart in Commercial Structures, Global, 2025
  • 15. Sample Certification Imperatives for the Living Building Challenge, Global, 2015
  • 16. LEED-certification Breakdown Excluding North America, Global, September 2015
  • 17. Cumulative LEED Activity, Global, September 2000–2015*
  • 18. Microsoft’s Neighborhood Approach, Global, 2015
  • 19. Emerging Organization Structures, Global, 2015–2025
  • 20. Emerging C-Suite Titles, Global, 2015–2025
  • 21. Projected Mobile Workforce Population, Global, 2010–2020
  • 22. Connected Work Telecommuting Frequency by Region, Global, 2012
  • 23. Mobile Device Trends, Global, 2020
  • 24. Average and Peak Connection Speeds by Economy, Global, Q2 2015
  • 25. Total PPP R&D Spend by Economy, Global, 2025
  • 26. Approximate Percent of Collaboration in R&D by Activity, Global, 2014
  • 27. Estimated Percentage of B2B Internet-enabled Sales of Total eCommerce Sales, US and UK, 2020
  • 28. Estimated Percentage of B2B Internet-enabled eCommerce Sales by Region, Global, 2020
  • 29. B2B Internet-enabled eCommerce Drivers and Restraints, Global, 2015–2020
  • 30. Percentage of Total eCommerce Sales of Total Sales by Industry, US and UK, 2012
  • 31. Trade Indicators and Mandatory Contributions, Developed Economies, 2015*
  • 32. Technology and Innovation Activity Indicators, Developed Economies, 2010–2020
  • 33. Trade Indicators and Mandatory Contributions, Netherlands, 2015 and 2016*
  • 34. Trade, Technology, and Innovation Activity Indicators, Developing Economies, 2010–2015*
  • 35. Trade Indicators and Mandatory Contributions, Kenya, 2015 and 2016*
  • 36. Agricultural Mega Producers, Select Regions, 2025
  • 37. Manufacturing Strategies, Select Economies, 2025
  • 38. Services Sector Surges, Select Economies, 2005, 2015, and 2025
The Global Future of Work—The Future Place and Structure of Work applies a multi-faceted approach to answering the question: where will work take place in 2025? Topics include international trends, such as mega-regional trade deals and right-shoring considerations; workplace design and format trends, such as smart offices and innovative retail space models; and organization and virtual trends, such as startup ecosystems and enhanced virtual collaboration technologies. Snapshots are provided for both developed and developing economies, and sector highlights consider how environmental changes and competitive national strategies aim to divert agricultural, industrial, and service work, globally. The study period is from 2015 to 2025.
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Table of Contents | Executive Summary~ || The Future Place and Structure of Work—Key Findings~ || Scope of Study—Trend, Economy, and Sector Coverage in the Future Place and Structure of Work~ ||| Economic and International Trends~ ||| Organization and Virtual Trends~ ||| Economy Types~ ||| Design and Format Trends~ ||| Economic Sectors~ | Research Methodology and Key Definitions~ || Research Methodology—From Macro-to-micro~ ||| Identify the Mega Trend through brainstorming sessions~ ||| Identify the sub-trend through scenario-building exercises~ ||| Assess the impact of the Mega Trend on a micro level~ ||| Opportunities analysis ~ || List of Definitions~ ||| Mega-regional Trade~ ||| Mega Trend~ ||| Startup Ecosystem~ ||| Internet of Things~ ||| (IoT)~ || List of Acronyms and Abbreviations~ | Economic and International Trends Driving the Future Place of Work~ || Economic and International Trends—Key Findings~ || Mega-Regionals Will Hasten Global Free Trade and Divert Trade Routes~ || Mega-Regionals Have the Potential to Redirect Business~ || The Global Value Chain Determines What Work is Done Where~ || Determining Where to Shore is Becoming Increasingly Complex~ || Future FDI Prioritizes Infrastructure and Innovation over Labor Costs~ || Global Real Estate Vehicles Will Stabilize Some Commercial Markets~ || Office Space Cycles Promise Increasing Rates in Developed Economies~ || Ease of Business Scores Are on an Upward Trend~ || Global Work Centers Will Include Economies on the Rise~ || Five Trends Will Define Future Multinational Footprints~ || “Macro-to-micro”—Strategic Recommendations and Predictions~ ||| Trade Route Expansions and Diversions~ ||| Global Business Climate~ ||| Dispersion and Disaggregation~ | Design and Format Trends Driving the Future Place of Work~ || Design and Format Trends—Key Findings~ || Next-Gen Corporate Campuses Take Cues from Collegiate Design~ || Workers and Tenants Will Expect Smart Structural Advantages~ || Future Office Buildings Will Reduce Their Ecological Footprints~ || Office Space Design Will Engender Collaboration~ || Design Will Pay Greater Attention to Diverse Styles and Sizes~ || Office Space Evolution—Cases-in-Point~ || What’s Next in Commercial Real Estate Analytics and Transparency~ || Collective, Shared, Rented—Office-on-demand Options are Expanding~ || On-the-go Retail Will Avoid Permanence and Prioritize Speed~ || Work Spaces Will Evolve with Increasingly Urbanized Settings~ || “Macro-to-micro”—Strategic Recommendations and Predictions~ | Organization and Virtual Trends Driving the Future Place and Structure of Work~ || Organization and Virtual Trends—Key Findings~ || Emerging Startup Hotbeds Will Disperse Economic Opportunity~ || Organization Structures Will Reduce Bureaucratic Inefficiencies~ || 2025’s C-Suite Will Focus on Technology, Talent, and Territory~ || Globally, Mobile and Remote Workers are Expected to Increase~ || The Remote Office—Social Enterprise in an Age of Increasing Speed~ || The Remote Lab—R&D/Innovation’s Increasing Use of Virtual Space~ || Online Procurement—B2B Commerce in the Marketplace Era~ || “Macro-to-micro”—Strategic Recommendations and Predictions~ | Snapshots of the Future Place and Structure of Work in Developed and Developing Economies~ || Snapshots of Economies—Key Findings~ || Developed Economies Will Benefit from Existing Technological Gaps~ || A Deeper Dive—The Netherlands’ Approach to Future-proofing Work~ || Developing Economies Will Increase Global Trade Activity~ || A Deeper Dive—Kenya’s Connectivity to Drive Workplace Change~ || “Macro-to-micro”—Strategic Recommendations and Predictions~ | Sector Scenarios~ || Sector Scenarios—Key Findings~ || Agricultural Work Will Expand Where Arable Land and Water Resources Are Abundant, and Where Productivity Stands Improvement~ || Globalization in the Industrial Sector Will Drive More Governments to Set Manufacturing Strategies~ || Services Sector Will Drive Income Growth in Developing Economies~ || “Macro-to-micro”—Strategic Recommendations and Predictions~ | The Last Word~ || 3 Big Predictions~ || Legal Disclaimer~ | Appendix~ || Full List of Slide Titles~ || List of Countries Grouped by Economy Type or Organization~ || List of Countries Grouped by Region~ || Full List of Subsectors by Economic Sector~
List of Charts and Figures 1. Pending Mega-Regional Trade Agreement Trade Flows, Global, 2015~ 2. Pending Mega-Regional Trade Agreement Trade Flows, Global, 2015~ 3. Trade Flow Trends, Select Economies, 2005, 2010, and 2015~ 4. Factors Influencing Investments and Sourcing, Global, 2015–2025*~ 5. Manufacturing GDP Growth versus Future FDI, Innovation Index, ~ 6. Select Economies, 2015 Select Economies, 2005–2015*~ 7. FTSE EPRA/NAREIT Return Trends for Select Indices, Global, 2005–2015~ 8. Average Price for Select Office Markets, Global, 2010 and 2015~ 9. Projected Metropolitan Class A Office Costs, Select Markets, 2014–2016~ 10. Business Ease Index, Select Economies, 2010, 2015, and 2016~ 11. Overview of Select Rising Economies, Global, 2010 and 2015*~ 12. Trends in Future Multinational Footprints, Global, 2015–2025~ 13. Next-Gen Mega-campus Design, Global, 2015~ 14. The Potential Future of Smart in Commercial Structures, Global, 2025 ~ 15. Sample Certification Imperatives for the Living Building Challenge, Global, 2015 ~ 16. LEED-certification Breakdown Excluding North America, Global, September 2015 ~ 17. Cumulative LEED Activity, Global, September 2000–2015* ~ 18. Microsoft’s Neighborhood Approach, Global, 2015~ 19. Emerging Organization Structures, Global, 2015–2025~ 20. Emerging C-Suite Titles, Global, 2015–2025~ 21. Projected Mobile Workforce Population, Global, 2010–2020~ 22. Connected Work Telecommuting Frequency by Region, Global, 2012~ 23. Mobile Device Trends, Global, 2020~ 24. Average and Peak Connection Speeds by Economy, Global, Q2 2015~ 25. Total PPP R&D Spend by Economy, Global, 2025~ 26. Approximate Percent of Collaboration in R&D by Activity, Global, 2014~ 27. Estimated Percentage of B2B Internet-enabled Sales of Total eCommerce Sales, US and UK, 2020~ 28. Estimated Percentage of B2B Internet-enabled eCommerce Sales by Region, Global, 2020~ 29. B2B Internet-enabled eCommerce Drivers and Restraints, Global, 2015–2020~ 30. Percentage of Total eCommerce Sales of Total Sales by Industry, US and UK, 2012~ 31. Trade Indicators and Mandatory Contributions, Developed Economies, 2015*~ 32. Technology and Innovation Activity Indicators, Developed Economies, 2010–2020~ 33. Trade Indicators and Mandatory Contributions, Netherlands, 2015 and 2016*~ 34. Trade, Technology, and Innovation Activity Indicators, Developing Economies, 2010–2015*~ 35. Trade Indicators and Mandatory Contributions, Kenya, 2015 and 2016*~ 36. Agricultural Mega Producers, Select Regions, 2025 ~ 37. Manufacturing Strategies, Select Economies, 2025~ 38. Services Sector Surges, Select Economies, 2005, 2015, and 2025~
Author Jillian Walker
Industries Cross Industries
WIP Number NFE8-01-00-00-00
Is Prebook No