Posts in: future of work

Let me point out - again - that the answer to the question is useless - because the question is badly framed. I have written about this before here, here and here and a whole host of other places โ€ฆ

Sell your VALUE … skills, degrees, time, knowledge, certifications - all of them are useless if you donโ€™t improve the customers life - and you do that my giving them more time OR improving the quality of the time they have.

The Future of Work

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology is the source of this piece on The Future of Work. I donโ€™t disagree with the headline, but the article itself falls short of providing solace. In fact it โ€ฆ

Germany drafting law to give people the legal right to work from home.

Germany leading the way. Sad we need to have laws around this. Business so locked into BAU that they need to be told what to do?

Photo by Paolo Nicolello on Unsplash

I was really taken by these words that came in an email from one of my newsletter readers. Capturing it for posterity ... because it is โ€ฆ

In fairness, the full title was

How The Future Works:
Why your ultimate job is to be HUMAN.

Well yes. Couldn't agree more ... but that opening line - that suggests that it is all pre destined. โ€ฆ

Roy Bahat and Bryn Freedman


Let me know what you think in the comments. โ€ฆ

Our sixth newsletter explores the value of a person to a corporation.

In understanding how organizations search for โ€˜talentโ€™ these days, candidates know that their first two or three hurdles โ€ฆ

โ€œA 'cognitive elite' will rise to power and influence, as a class of sovereign individuals 'commanding vastly greater resources' who will no longer be subject to the power of nation-states and will โ€ฆ
"The digital revolution is changing how and where work happens. Employment is becoming more flexible and fluid, with digital technology enabling more people to work remotely and to collaborate in the โ€ฆ