Workomics

 

Work is how we spend the largest portion of our waking hours. It has a profound effect on our well-being and our sense of self-worth. Individually, it’s how we contribute to the wider world, and collectively it’s the driver of our economy. But too much of work today is incompatible with human flourishing.

Workomics helps organizations who want to create a new future of work: inclusive and equitable, customer-centred, committed to employee well-being, and meaningfully integrated with emerging technology. We approach organizations as complex, adaptive systems that are best managed by understanding people and their relationships. With that mindset, both organizations and their people can thrive. 

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Workomics — from the Latin omic, meaning to understand a large complex thing by studying its constituent parts, and from the Greek νέμω, meaning to manage.