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  • Paul Roehrig

    Zeroing in on the value of signal, the cost of noise and a future that works

  • Benjamin Pring

    Trying to see around corners and calculate the compound annual growth rate of unintended consequences

  • Meenu Sharma, Ph.D.

    Focused on making the Future of Work arrive on time

  • Kevin Benedict

    A mobile man, Kevin will be in a town near you soon and would love to discuss the “always on” revolution with you

  • Euan Davis

    Examining the future of European work in the era of smart hands and smart machines

  • Robert Brown

    Looking at the future of business process services through his telescope from high above Silicon Valley

  • Radhika Radhakrishnan

    Social Media Evangelist for the Cognizant's Center for the Future of Work

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Cognizant's Center For The Future Of Work

The Center for the Future of Work has a charter to examine how work is changing, and will change, in response to the emergence of new
technologies, new business practices and new workers.

We invite you to join the conversation, come for the ride, and help us all figure what a working future will look like.

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