Category: Future of Work

Collaboration Driven Content–Who Owns the Future of Collaboration?

People using collaboration tools have found that working on shared documents often struggle, as they charge small portions of a document to meet their obligations, but perform those edits on an entire document. This situation is exacerbated even more when working on legal documents, when some parties should not see portions of a document at.

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Lessons from The Pursuit of Dominance in Search

Lessons from The Pursuit of Dominance in Search This strategic lesson comes from a strategy that by its very size precludes serious consideration of alternatives. Firms that don’t have the vision to challenge their own assumptions will falter. The big search firms hold at strategic positions tied too closely to their own success. More importantly,.

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The Enlightening Bridge Between Art And Work

Sometimes I hear something on the radio and I feel compelled to embellish or comment. Today I heard a piece that was the high art of observation and extremely relevant to the topics of this blog. I will now let Alain De Botton speak for himself about the bridge between art and work:

The Enlightening Bridge Between Art And Work

Thank you to NPR for your continued enlightenment.

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The Permanent Temporary Workforce

The Permanent Temporary Workforce I loved the January 18. 2010 BusinessWeek cover emblazoned with: The Permanent Temporary Workforce. Inside, I didn’t love it so much, because workers went from permanently temporary, to disposable. Workers aren’t disposable. I believe the new workforce is empowered, entrepreneurial and game changing. The recession has created an impetus for change. The workforce will never.

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