The world as we know it is becoming more and more connected. But, what will a world look like when devices as small as your watch to as large as a jet engine are all connected to each other and to people? In this episode of the future of work podcast, I speak with Rich Carpenter who is the Chief of Strategy for GE in their Intelligent Platforms division. Rich shares fascinating insight around how connected machines (usually very large machines) and devices are going to impact our economy, our jobs, and our future. Listen to learn more! […]
with Jacob Morgan
In this episode of the future of work podcast, Toni Cusumano, Principal and Technology Sector Human Capital Leader at PwC, shares their report on what the future of work and the three scenarios or “worlds” that might play out. Tune in to learn more!
Exponential Organizations: Why new organizations are ten times better, faster, and cheaper than yours (and what to do about it)
I talk with Salim Ismail, Founding Executive Director of Singularity University, and co-author of “Exponential Organizations: Why new organizations are ten times better, faster, and cheaper than yours (and what to do about it).” I had a fascinating conversation with Salim covering a lot of topics — jobs and technology to exponential organizations to employee tenure, and more. […]
This week I talk with Scott Abel, Co-Founder and Chief Strategy Officer for Spiceworks, to explore some of the things that he does to create such a great place to work. Spiceworks, the world’s largest community of global IT professionals that come together online and offline, was recently named by Glassdoor as one of the world’s best companies to work for and they have received numerous other similar awards.
MuleSoft is another organization that was recently ranked by Glassdoor as one of the best places to work in America and they have also won plenty of other awards for being a great place to work. According to Greg Schott, the CEO of MuleSoft, the key is creating a great corporate culture.
The “skills gap” is inarguably one of the biggest threats for modern day workplaces. Many employers say they can’t fill open jobs and employees say that they aren’t getting the proper education and training at their companies. This week Udemy CEO Dennis Yang shares his perspective on mitigating the skills gap, and how his company is helping people learn and acquire new skills while preparing workers for the future. Tune in!
Leadership should be recognized as a model to “Give Control” over “Take Control”. This week, I speak to David Marquet, author of “Turn the Ship Around” to understand his views on leadership and how it affects organizations and employees at large.
The area of goal setting can make a big difference when attempting to create an engaged organization. This week, I speak to Kris Duggan, the CEO of BetterWorks to explore the “quantified workplace” and how goal setting can be used to get the most out of employees while also creating a desirable place to work. Tune in!
F5 Networks was recently ranked #4 on GlassDoor’s top 50 companies in America to work for. This week, I speak to Richard James, Director of Staffing, F5 Networks Inc. as he gives an insider look into what makes F5, one of the best places to work in America.
Glassdoor recently announced their 50 Best Places to Work List. This week, I speak to Will Stanley (Head Talent Warrior) and Lisa Holding (Global head of recruiting & engagement manager) as they give us an insider look into what makes Glassdoor important.