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The Future City

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In the Future City Podcast, we speak with extraordinary people you normally wouldn’t hear from about the future of cities. From cocktail artists to urban planners, green thumbs to financial analysts, we share stories about how these creative thinkers and doers are shaping the cities you live in.

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Oct 25, 2020

On this week’s episode of The Future City Podcast we speak with Dr. Julian Waters-Lynch about how remote working in response to the COVID19 pandemic is changing us and our cities. Dr. Waters-Lynch is a lecturer at RMIT University. He is an expert in the future of work in this “new normal.” Julian shares with us how work-life balance is evolving and that a migration of workers from major cities to second tier cities and regional areas may not be such a bad thing. 

Dr. Julian Waters-Lynch is a lecturer in Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Organizational Design at the School of Management at RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia. His research focuses on the impact of emerging trends on the future of work and ways of organising.