A world fuelled by new technologies will inevitably different to today. What lies in wait? And which skills will be needed to ensure that progress is propelled in the most efficient way? This is the future of work, uncertainty, technology, and new modes of teaching.
Bad habits in the workspace
We hate them, but we can’t work without them. Psychology professor John Kello helps us balance our complicated relationship with one of the most used and abused ways of getting things done — meetings
Innovative approaches to better employee engagement
How can organizations ensure that employees are engaged at work? Organizations that consistently add value to their employees, and other workers in their organization will be able to attract, retain, and keep the best people at their top level.
We must remember that as much as we shape our tools, in the end, the tools shape us. How this manifests will be up to how much we embrace what makes us human.
The digital transformation is not simply about technology, it is about transforming the DNA of a company, shifting their culture to one that is more collaborative and open in nature.
Treat your employees like your customers
The shift to the digital age, as well as increased competition, is changing the way we need to act to retain talent: that’s why creating a true ‘company culture’ to unleash each employee’s potential is key to a company’s success.
The second in our maize.LIVE series looks at what lies ahead in the world of future companies and innovative organizations.
A tongue-in-cheek look at how organizations became what they are today. Part of the first day our second maize.LIVE event: Future Companies & Innovative Organizations
Now is the Winter of our dis-Content
Decades ago, advertising executives sitting at traditional office cubicles couldn’t have predicted the industry as it stands today. The wondrous world of advertising has been flipped on its head and forced into innovation more than once. Here’s how the next generation of agencies is adapting and molding the future of advertising.
Luminous Beings Are We, Not This Crude Matter.
When working with corporates and discussing innovation, two distinct attitudes emerge when addressing potential future scenarios. Although different, what these two approaches lead to is the overarching understanding that putting the human factor first – will definitely become a differentiator in capitalizing on new forms of innovation for the future.
The Uncharted Territory of the Digital Space
The BBC uses a statistic that 65% of future jobs have yet to be invented. Think about it? UX designer, social media manager, Uber driver, drone operator - these are just a small handful of prominent roles in today’s market that were practically uncharted a decade ago. Technology is disrupting the world of business, which in turn is having a profound and immediate impact on employment. And the question that follows: ‘how do we prepare for the unknown?’ – is inevitable.