The future of work is about forging a new relationship between technology and talent that transforms existing ways of working and doing business. The technology we invent and use shapes us in many ways — in our relationships, businesses and communities, in how we work and how we organize work. This has always been the case. Prehistoric agriculture technology caused repetitive motion disorders, as do modern digital devices. Today, younger generations prefer texting to calling. We're still sorting out the human and productivity implications of remote work technologies. Disruptive new technologies continue to emerge, compelling employees to adapt and respond ever faster. Large-scale, long-term changes in technology, diversity and culture are transforming more than just jobs. They are transforming the meaning and value of work and the reasons we work.