1. Distributed work may be surprisingly attractive to older workers - and to their employers.
2. One of the biggest changes in the future of work will be the degree and kind of control that individual workers have over where, when, and what they do to produce value.
3. Economic development agencies, and local community initiatives, will be a major factor in creating the future of work.
4. Corporate office facilities will undergo radical redesign as architects and facilities managers redefine their roles as enablers of work, not as creators and managers of physical places.
5. There is strength in numbers. Change agents are far more effective when they operate as part of a larger community than as "lone wolves."