The Future of Work Institute (FoWI) promotes productive and meaningful work as essential foundations of a healthy economy and society.

FoWI’s researchers focus on how people contribute to and benefit from new knowledge and practices, and their mission is to support thriving people and organisations in the digital age.

Contact Us

Location: 

Future of Work Institute

Curtin Graduate School of Business 

78 Murray Street, Perth WA 6000


Telephone: +61 8 9266 4668


Email: fowi@curtin.edu.au

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Key Framework and Tools

Thrive at Work

Thrive at Work is a ground-breaking well-being initiative centred on designing work that helps employees, organisations and industry to thrive. This initiative provides a range of resources:

  • Quality-of-work assessment tools

  • Work redesign and future-work planning tools

  • Educational and training resources

  • Masterclass series

LEAD Safety Program

The LEAD safety program prepares leaders at all levels to drive safety innovations that support the whole business. An integrated view of safety supports the overall culture of an organisation to align safety, performance, innovation, and health.

 

The LEAD safety program includes individual, team, and organisational assessments and feedback. A tailored set of activities provide face-to-face and online learning opportunities.

SMART Work Design

The SMART work design model, developed by ARC Laureate Fellow Sharon Parker is a framework that can be used when designing meaningful and motivating work. Based on decades of research, the SMART work design model identifies five key themes that result in positive outcomes across jobs and industries.

Mature Workers in Organisations

We’re aiming to help age-diverse workplaces to grow and thrive. We partner with organisations to conduct new research into the mature workforce.

 

The project aims to help organisations develop age-friendly policies and practices that benefit mature workers as individuals, employees, team members, and carers outside of work.