Much of the job force has started moving towards remote and collaborative work as technology allows professionals to be productive on-the-go.
Remote working does not necessarily mean working from home, but it does mean increased sustainability and eco-friendliness. For example, many flexible offices and coworking spaces are becoming increasingly more energy efficient through solar panels, rainwater harvesting systems, and more.
Communication is also starting to shift thanks to the infinite amount of apps that exist, like Chanty, Slack, and others that are able to organize conversations into categories such as business talks, team projects, and simply socializing.
Collaboration has also become much simpler through cloud software. Now, workers living on different continents can work together in a Google Doc with ease.
Even more, some offices will go beyond the cloud by introducing virtual and augmented reality for training and other tasks that might require visualization.