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What we do

About the Future Forum

Future Forum equips leaders to drive transformation at work.

We believe that business challenges and competitive advantages in this century come down to people — how you attract and retain diverse talent, how you align them against common purpose that engages them fully, and how you enable them to act with agility to achieve great things. We help leaders reimagine how people, process, and tools come together to make work better.

Our partners

We work with executives, thought leaders, and academics to publish research, case studies, playbooks, and reports that highlight best practices and drive discussion about the future of work.

Future Forum in the news

July 20, 2022

Older and Younger Bosses Disagree on Remote Work

Matthew Boyle

Bloomberg

July 20, 2022

In The Return-To-Office Standoff, Many Workers Say They Face Few Penalties For Staying Home

Jena McGregor

Forbes

July 19, 2022

Fewer workers want to be in office full-time than ever, but bosses are winning the back-to-work battle

Chloe Berger

Fortune

June 3, 2022

Why Now Is the Perfect Time to Declare ‘Meeting Bankruptcy’ and Rethink Your Schedule

Jessica Stillman

Inc.

June 1, 2022

Work-related stress creeps back in as employees return to office

Rachelle Akuffo

Yahoo! Finance

June 1, 2022

Avoiding the pitfalls of proximity bias with hybrid work

Helen Kupp

The Loop

June 1, 2022

The Competitive Advantage of Flexible Work

Brian Elliott, Sheela Subramanian, Helen Kupp

Porchlight Books

May 25, 2022

Here’s the right way to return to the office, according to Future Forum’s research

Brian Elliott and Ryan Anderson

Fortune

May 25, 2022

Declare ‘Calendar Bankruptcy’ to Move Beyond Meeting-Driven Culture

Brian Elliott, Sheela Subramanian, Helen Kupp

MIT Sloan Management Review

May 20, 2022

‘How the Future Works’ by Brian Elliott, Sheela Subramanian, and Helen Kupp: The latest thinking on flexible work

Charter

Charter

May 17, 2022

Why the 9-to-5 schedule has lost its place in the workplace

Helen Kupp

Fast Company

April 29, 2022

The Office Beckons. Time for Your Sharpest ‘Power Casual.’

Sapna Maheshwari

The New York Times

Future Forum events

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