Rawn Shah and I received confirmation on our session for SXSW Interactive 2014 as a core conversation. We’d love to have you there in Austin, TX as part of this group discussion on the future of work and the changes we can enable to make it better.
We’ll share details soon as the SXSW team sets the exact time and location. It is tentatively on March 9th, 2014.
In the meantime, please join our growing community of thinkers and brave souls reinventing work.
There are way too many myths surrounding Millennials (aka Generation Y). To prepare for the way work will shift in the future, we need to dispel the notion that they are disloyal and difficult to manage.
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