Matthew Taylor chaired the Government's review into the Future of Work, so he has a deep understanding of the significance of work in our lives and what it will mean to do 'good work' in the future.
Here he discusses the ideas behind the concept of 'good work'; summarises some of the Report's key recommendations to the Government; and tells what it was like working on the review.
Matthew is CEO of the RSA - short for the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Commerce and Manufactures. It was founded in 1754 by business philanthropists who recognised the importance of enabling people to live a rich and fulfilled life. Their current strap-line is "21st Century Enlightenment."