Posts Tagged ‘Future of Work’

Seeking Control in an Out-of-Control World @ Work

TweetEvery breakthrough in human history happened because someone saw where the world was going before anyone else did – and found a way to get there first. The way you do this is by understanding prevailing cultural trends. Sure, this is easier said than done. You have to ask the right questions, which suggests you […]

Return-to-Office Vs. Work-from-Home: The Genie is Out of the Bottle.

Tweet Wondering how to get workers back in the office? You’re asking the wrong question. The right question isn’t about where people work – it’s about how well they do the work they do alone as well as the work they do together. It should center on whether they’re achieving their goals, whether they’re motivated […]

Covid-19 and Re-Thinking the Balance Between Individual Productivity and Collaboration

TweetI wrote a piece up on entitled, “3 Ways to Inspire Innovation From Remote Teams,” that touches upon a critically important point that frankly needs a deeper dive than what my editors over there typically want. Thus, the double click here. There’s more to it than just saying the work from home workstyle gives […]

The Future of Work: 4 Trends That Matter To Your Work + Life

TweetI see four significant trends impacting the future of work and I’ll describe them here, along with the implications of them for employers, workers and everyone in between. This comes from consulting with fun and interesting clients in the US, Asia and Europe in industries from telecom and technology to performance apparel, food and other […]