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The Future Of Work: Organizing Around Ideas Instead Of Location

One of the most interesting innovations to come out of the coronavirus crisis (and it seems that nothing ever changes unless there is a crisis) is that the myth of location has been dispelled – we no longer need to gather in the same physical space in order to do much work. Sure, there is…

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The Future Of Work: Welcome to All Live, All the Time

The World Of Work Is Now 24/7 No Matter Your Business Remember downtime? You know, evenings and weekends where your typical 9-5 job would let you have some spare time? Those days are gone. As work has exploded into small Lego blocks, not being completed in specific time frames, but in chunks, here and there,…

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Prepare For The Future Of Work, Where Everything Is Personal

Everything Is Personal In the Future of Work In the disruption of work, we will all need to be generalists to some degree, even roles at large enterprises will require broad skill sets and an entrepreneurial mindset. No longer can we compartmentalize ourselves into being an “Java Developer” or “Business Development”. Everyone needs to know…

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What Will The Future Of Work Be Like?

The Future Of Work Will Feel Very Different Are you still working in a company where everyone comes into the same office, Monday to Friday, generally from 9-5? Does your CEO frown on telecommuting or outsourcing? Are you clinging to outmoded ways of working, since its what you’ve always done? Back in 2002, I read…

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The Future of Work Is Work Where You Are

The Future Of Work Is Transient As I was sitting in traffic the other day, wondering why I had to drive 50 miles to sit at a desk for 8 hours, meet someone in person for 30 minutes, then drive back 50 miles in traffic in both directions, I didn’t have a revelation. I’d already…

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The Value Of Manual Labor In The World Of Work In The Future

I went to a conference a few months back that was focused on the future of conversational interfaces. During this conference, one of the speakers described the current state of the art in cloud robotics, which is a very new field of study. Before the development of cloud robotics, machines had to be manually programmed…

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Servicing Your Future Hypermobile & Hyperconnected Customers & Workers

Welcome To The World Of Hyperconnected Just-In-Time-And-Place The concept of just-in-time appears in only three spaces according to Wikipedia – just-in-time manufacturing, a production strategy where things are built as they are demanded, computer programming, where just-in-time compilation can compile code just before use to improve run-time performance, and a recent addition, just-in-time teaching, a…

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The Future Of Human Work Is Physical

The Future Of Human Work: Manual Labor Revered A few months ago, I attended an event on the future of conversational interfaces, and during this event, one of the speakers presented the state-of-the-art in cloud robotics, a fairly new field. Prior to the advent of cloud robotics, robots were programmed and acted individually. With cloud…

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Embrace Change And Conquer The Future

“I’m afraid the patient doesn’t have much longer to live,” the doctor said. There is a treatment, but it has some serious adverse effects. The patient responded, “I’ll take it!” What adverse reactions can I expect?” The doctor sighed and said, “Well, primarily cultural change.” Those hierarchies and communication channels that were just so perfectly…

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How Are Those Long Range Scanners Working Out?

Are You Looking Far Enough Into The Future? Since our earliest days as primitive savannah wanderers, we humans have had a natural tendency to prioritize immediate gratification above achieving more far-reaching goals. Along with the capacity for thought and reason, human beings are the only animals that are capable of planning and thinking ahead to…

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