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Scenario plan: Working together through a scenario planning process (see Watson & Freeman, 2012) the group is required to construct a future scenario using the scenario template. In this section, provide a summary of your future scenario, justifying your predictions based on the literature or other sources. Incorporate your framing questions and key trends / aspects around work that are relevant to your analysis to the future of work (Approx 500 words). (The template & framing questions are included in your appendix.)
Future of work: The literature review and your scenario plan are the key documents that will inform this section. This section should include a summary of the key learning/findings from the literature review, including any controversies. It should clearly respond to the research questions (above) about the future of work. It is recommended that you apply the same topic sub headings in this section that you used in your literature review.
You should identify the areas of change to work in the future and discuss related questions about the effects of these changes. You need to link arguments from the section about the literature and should be able to draw out the key issues in the literature and your other research to assist you to argue and support your thesis on the future of work.
Draw on your analysis from the scenario plan around your chosen context, such as the organisation /industry, effects on employees, corporate strategy, new expressions of employment, trends in society that will impact on work, the way work is done, location, who will do it, how monitoring, performance appraisal and supervision may change. In discussing the proposed trends you will also need to identify current gaps and how these may improve or change in the long term and why.
This section should be drawing on the gap between the current state as described in the literature review and the future state as described in your scenario plan (Approx 1000 words).
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