However it also echoes recent research and practice, which emphasizes the need for considering the application of many behavioural and other social policy responses to the needs of companies and the desires of the workforce, particularly as the role of technology continues to transform the nature of work and how it is performed. This last point is an important issue for it is expected that both companies and talented employees will have different views about the work relationship and how worker affiliation with jobs vs. projects vs. technology will evolve. This is already evident in many industries where technology is disrupting business models and the ways members of the workforce engage to perform their respective roles.
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- Professor Michael Barry (Griffith University) - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Professor Bruce Kaufman (Griffith University and Georgia State University, USA)
- Professor Adrian Wilkinson (Griffith University)
- Associate Professor Rafael Gomez (University of Toronto, Canada)