"Faithful servants of Jehovah have always been eager to submit to theocratic direction. (Read Hebrews 13:7, 17.) We may initially lack full understanding of the reasons for carrying out our assigned work in a particular way. Nevertheless, we are fully aware of the benefits of cooperating with Jehovah in any adjustments that he sees fit to make. "
Like others have said I think there is a clear shift toward more public witnessing and the use of the website. Perhaps there would be some new major adjustment regarding door-to-door. The phrase "We may initially lack full understanding of the reasons for carrying out our assigned work in a particular way." is clealy hinting at adjustments in the preaching work.
Maybe they will make door to door work the responsibility of the individual publishers and no longer a congregation organized activity. Publishers would be told that when going door-to-door they are not to give the impression that they are representing JWs. They would be told to introduce themselves as a christian sharing helpful information to their neighbors. This will help the congregations - and ultimately, Watchtower - to further distance itself from any liability or even the perception of liability in the event of any wrong actions on the part of rogue JWs.
"What! No, no, no we did not send bro. Perv Pedophile to your door. Bro. Pedophile acted on his own volition as an individual. We are not responsible for any crimes committed by this individual in the course of his own personal activities conducted on his own volition and outside of the activities arranged and sponsored by the congregation."
Perhaps this will be coupled with the congregations being told to shift focus to public Witnessing - trolley witnessing and street witnessing and informal witnessing - trying to use their normal everyday interactions with people at work, on public transportation, at the doctors office, etc as opportunities to give a witness. This is where the new tracts will come in handy. JWs may be told to never leave home without having some tracts that they can give to others in informal witnessing. The org. will probably also capitalize on modern technology by training JWs to use their smart phones to bring up the JW.org when informally witnessing to others.
What I find disturbing about the quote above is the very matter of fact way in which the organization is being equated with Jehovah. "we are fully aware of the benefits of cooperating with Jehovah in any adjustments that he sees fit to make." This is a disturbing trend of late. I'm seeing more and more JWs speaking of the direction coming from the organization as coming from Jehovah himself. JWs are being programmed to equate the organization with Jehovah. This is a very dangerous trend as it essentially blinds JWs from listening to any criticism of the organization as they would consider you as criticizing Jehovah himself. They are not able to separate the two. If "Jehovah" tells JWs to harm their ex-JW relatives, will they obey?