What does the future of the workplace, work life and how human being make a living look like?
What changed that made us take ourselves so seriously?
Policymakers are making big bets (on your behalf) based on probability.
From single perspective implementation to multi-stakeholder integration.
Imagine wild things, speculate, be outrageous in your crazy postulations.
The future after all belongs to children - not adults.
People are quitting their jobs because they are believing more and more in the alternatives that are now out there.
What strikes us here is that when we discuss things like The Future of Work the conversation largely ignores how work itself is changing.
Values are a key strategic lens through which to channel company culture and behaviour.
What's needed is a new narrative about the future of work that might not rely on manufacturing and industrialisation.
Don't be tempted to take on board too much.
AI is neither artificial nor intelligent. It is made from natural resources and it is people who are performing the tasks to make the systems appear autonomous.
As a practicing futurist, the answer to this came as a bit of a shock.
Using money to motivate people is expensive and ineffective.
There is no set way to bring out the best in an organisation, it requires experience, mastery, empathy and an ability to take subtle control.
Here are three places you can use to launch from in your new position
Thinking creativity about the future is everyone's job now.
The true mark of craftsmanship is simplicity.
When people just go to work to do their job, they are not themselves growing with the evolving purpose of the organisation.