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2 Changes To How We Think About Organizations

The last seven posts on this blog I spend trying to provide a very much simplified introduction to Adaptive Cycles, and how they interact in an ecosystem. 1,003 more words

My Thoughts

The Future of Work Summit, live!

The 2nd annual Future of Work Summit is currently taking place, with 130+ attendees discussing the latest trends in enterprise mobility management, collaboration, mobile device management, apps and file sync & share. 54 more words

Enterprise Mobility

Do we really know enough about Gen Z? I think not.

In the course of our research on Gen Z (those born since the early 2000s), what has struck me most of all is the fact that there’s very little deep analysis or observation available about this age group. 263 more words

Future Of Work

Pride and people not wanting help

I’ve been having trouble sleeping recently — maybe for the last 3-5 weeks. Sometimes it’s related to my current job — it’s good, and I’m beyond glad I have it, but some days I worry I’m not contributing enough or helping the structure properly — and sometimes it’s related to random other things in my life. 1,254 more words

Fundamental Explainers

An Agile HR Function for the VUCA World

I recently wrote about how we can build an agile HR function for the VUCA world on Towers Watson’s South East Asia blog. You can check out the post… 1,187 more words

Human Resources

The Start of Employer Provided Health Insurance

At the height of the Great Depression in 1933, America suffered from a national unemployment rate of 25%. Despite recent advances in the quality of life for most Americans from inventions like scotch tape and Birdseye frozen dinners, the country was in pain. 453 more words


Respect your employees. It seems like a soft skill, but it matters.

Before we get started here, let’s be upfront about something right at the jump-off. Respect, as a concept, doesn’t have a universal definition. It means different things to different people, and it can be shown different ways, and it can vary across organizations and contexts. 1,036 more words

Fundamental Explainers