The management guru Peter Drucker once said, “The productivity of work is not the responsibility of the worker but of the manager.” And in Drucker’s time the workers under the supervision of their managers were likely to have been more similar to the managers themselves. But now we live in different times, and so we have to approach work differently. Technically-literate Millennials have entered the workforce across all industries, the classic Ivy-league engineering graduate isn’t the only type of person working in tech today, and we’re on the verge of an era where machine intelligence is changing the nature of knowledge work. How will design be impacted? What will meetings be like? How will we communicate? What factors do we need to consider going forward in the world of work?