• Hack Work To Combine Peak Performance And Personal Purpose

    I co-authored a Forbes article about the future of work with the brilliant Rawn Shah, Chief Strategy Officer, Alynd, in case you missed it: Is it any wonder that employee engagement is reported to be at an all time global low while business continues to become increasingly complex? In an earlier article, Work is Broken;(…)

  • SXSW 2014 – Workhacking away from “Business as Usual”

    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.

  • Listening to Gen Y: The Future of 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.

  • What Do You Want to Create in the World?

    If your work was more than a job or a place to go, what would you want to create? What world do you want to live in?

  • Don’t Let the Future Happen to You: Unlock Work

    Ten years ago the smartphone, as we know it, did not exist.  Social networks were simply a twinkle in some people’s eyes and voice mail was the way business people communicated with each other outside of meetings.

  • Are We Numbing Ourselves with Busy?

    Have you noticed how busy everyone seems to be these days? We are so busy doing, achieving, tweeting, following, emailing, texting, connecting, keeping up and just working.

  • Getting Back to Basics: Leading with Business

    Tim McDonald graciously invited me to be one of the “speakers” at the My Community Manager Unconference in San Francisco.

Hack Work To Combine Peak Performance And Personal Purpose

I co-authored a Forbes article about the future of work with the brilliant Rawn Shah, Chief Strategy Officer, Alynd, in case you missed it:

Is it any wonder that employee engagement is reported to be at an all time global low while business continues to become increasingly complex? In an earlier article, Work is Broken; Let’s Hack it, one of us described the trends and our understanding of how the future of work is shifting. Yet, most organizations are continuing down the same path of how they work. More

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