Tag Archives: Workplace

For Innovation: Culture Trumps Office Design

Innovation Labs, either accelerators or corporate bunkers, are now becoming commonplace. As a result, workspace design is booming. Workplace design exerts a powerful force on behavior, but what is its direct influence to innovation? Beyond the initial jolt of excitement it effects on employees, we don’t actually know what happens to office employees after such re-designs?

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20 Jobs of the Future

In the past, careers were stable, linear and singular. People chose one path and pursued it over the course of their lives from college to retirement. In our modern age of technology driven exponential change - this model no longer works. This presentation will show you a snapshot of 20 careers that will likely come of age in the next 10 years.

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Ways To Ruin Your Productivity

Knowing how to stay productive is key to leading a balanced and successful life. In our daily lives, we constantly face tons of responsibilities and to-do's, and by nature we associate production with doing as many things as possible. And doing as many things as possible requires multitasking, or so we believe...

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What Is Your Why?

Many corporate drones go to work for living and then participate in all kinds of interesting, engaging activities where their passions lie outside of work. Isn't it ironic that at the peak of the knowledge work shift, many people have little engagement or participation in their work?

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Consumerization of IT – An Opportunity for HR?

Like it or not, elements of consumer technologies like social media, gamification, and mobile are infiltrating the workplace. For human resources professionals, the effects are hard to miss. From employee and manager self-service portals to the growing number of social media elements in performance and learning management, the technology employees expect to find in the workplace is changing.

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