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Technology and Collaboration: A Vital Pair for the Future of Work

Posted by on October 19, 2016

Between cloud services, video calling, internal social networks, and so much more, collaboration plays a huge role in modern workspaces. At the heart of collaboration is the technology that makes it possible. And for every type of collaboration software, there are multiple vendors and services offering various features and systems. Collaboration, while vital to the future of work, can also be overwhelming. But just as each organization has its own business plan and internal processes, so too does it need to have collaboration tools that meet its needs. […]

Why Diversity and Inclusiveness is Important Today and Tomorrow

Posted by on October 17, 2016

Diversity and Inclusiveness are extremely important for companies today and in the future. Listen to my interview with Karyn Twaronite, the Global Diversity and Inclusiveness Officer at EY, to find out why these subjects are so important, how you can take steps to stay in the forefront of your industry, and how to measure your company’s progress in these areas. […]

Employees Secretly Searching for a New Job Are Getting Help from LinkedIn

Posted by on October 14, 2016

If you could let recruiters know you were interested in switching jobs while keeping that information secret from your boss would you do it? In the past this has been a major issue for employees trying to switch jobs or career fields. If you are looking on LinkedIn, for example, you wouldn’t be able to post a resume or announce you are looking for a job without the fear of knowing your boss would be able to see it. […]

Are You Toying With Technology?

Posted by on October 12, 2016

Is technology in your organization a tool or a toy? We often look at new gadgets as things to play with and enjoy and as a way to keep us amused, but technology holds so much more value than just entertainment. Technology can be a valuable tool that changes the way you do business. And as technology changes and plays a bigger role in the efficiency and actions of organizations, the role of technology employees also changes. […]

Why Autonomous Cars Are Not Truly Autonomous Yet

Posted by on October 11, 2016

Autonomous vehicles have been making headlines in the past few years, but the thing is, they aren’t really all that autonomous at this point in time. Big companies such as Apple, Uber, and Google have all been making strides to create autonomous vehicles, also known as self driving cars. However, if you read further into it you see we are not quite there yet. […]

How Do You Become The Wisest Person In The Room?

Posted by on October 10, 2016

Tom Gilovich is a professor of Psychology at Cornell University with an interest in judgement and decision making. He is also the author of the book, The Wisest One in the Room: How You Can Benefit from Social Psychology’s Most Powerful Insights. He has studied many different facets of social psychology including sports decisions, political judgement and decision making, and relationship decision making. […]

Would You Be Willing To Trade Security For Price

Posted by on October 5, 2016

We have been seeing the cost of technology go down over the past several years. It now costs less to store things online, buy devices that connect to the web, devices that connect to each other and different sensors. The low cost of producing technology has led to the internet of things in that we have been able to put sensors and connectivity in almost anything you can think of. […]

Why You Need To Focus On People And Culture To Win In The Business Game

Posted by on October 3, 2016

David Klein is the CEO and co-founder of CommonBond, an online lending company for student loans. It allows student to refinance their debt into a loan that consolidates several loans into one single loan and it provides a lower interest rate. David Klein co-founded CommonBond with two other MBA students whom he met in college when they realized there was a strong need for this type of service. […]

When Did Manager Become A Bad Word?

Posted by on September 26, 2016

A growing number of companies are turning away from using the term “manager” and choosing instead to use more generic terms for all employees. The idea is that it removes the negative connotations of having to report to a strict boss and instead opens things up to a world of collaboration and equality amongst employees. […]

A New And Improved HR

Posted by on September 25, 2016

Ron Storn is the Vice President of the People department at Lyft. Lyft is a ride-sharing company based out of San Francisco, CA that unites technology and humans for more affordable rides. He has been with Lyft for 3 years and he is at the head of all of the recruiting and human resources for the company. Lyft has been around since 2007 and when they started they had 80 employees and now they have 1200. […]

Work, Love, And Life When Robots Rule The Earth

Posted by on September 18, 2016

Robin Hanson is the author of a new book called The Age of EM: Work, Love, and Life when Robots Rule the Earth. He is also an associate professor of economics at George Mason University, a research associate at the Future of Humanity Institute of Oxford University, he has his doctorate in Social Science from the California Institute of Technology. He has studied political science, engineering, AI, physics, and economics. He has done research at Nasa, he has over 3100 citations, 60 publications, 420 media mentions, and he has a blog called […]

The Future Of Work Weekly Roundup – September 18th, 2016

Posted by on September 18, 2016

Do you think a majority of people will work from home in the future? How does your company handle its hiring process? What the one key skill that is lacking in our workforce today and that could set you apart as a Millennial? What are the six signs that you should be watching out for to determine whether or not your job is safe from automation? These questions are answered on this weeks Future of Work Roundup. […]

Why Automation is Great, Until It Isn’t

Posted by on September 14, 2016

Automation is a hot topic nowadays. The theme of automation seems to be everywhere. While there are some people who feel that automation is a good thing, there are also quite a few people who feel that automation is a scary thing because it could mean that there will be less jobs for humans. In my opinion, we can rest easy at this point in time. […]

How LinkedIn Hires and Keeps the Best Talent

Posted by on September 12, 2016

One of the most essential roles in the future of work is HR. What is often seen as an outdated department only used for hiring and firing is actually the core of creating and implementing useful, forward-thinking company culture. One of the leaders of the new wave of HR is LinkedIn, where the HR department works to ensure a healthy work environment and that employees are treated beautifully. In the words of senior vice president of global talent organization Pat Wadors, her goal is to make sure LinkedIn can scale at its staggering pace without losing it entrepreneurial spirit and core values. […]

Should We Embrace A Sharing Economy?

Posted by on September 12, 2016

Arun Sundararajan is the author of The Sharing Economy: The End of Employment and the Rise of Crowd-Based Capitalism. He is a professor of business at the Stern School of Business at NYU. He is interested in researching how digital technology brings about change in our economy and he has published over 50 scientific papers and over 30 op-eds on subjects related to this research. […]