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Today's state of work: at a breaking point #futureofwork

The modern workplace is creating unprecedented demands on employees. Heightened competition, globalization, accelerating technological change, tightening regulatory requirements and a myriad of other factors have transformed the nature of work in recent years, driving an overwhelming need for agility and speed. 106 more words

Customer Management

It's Time For a Freelancer (R)evolution

In the 2+ decades I have been working, freelancers have always played an important role in providing expertise or filling in talent gaps for organizations. There are a number of benefits that come with hiring a freelancer including keeping headcount down and reduce payroll to having access to unique expertise with a vast amount of experience. 145 more words

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Guest Blog - The Art of Mentoring: Helping create the next female leaders

Last week, I had the privilege of speaking on a panel discussion at the annual Women of Silicon Roundabout event, hosted this year at East London’s Tobacco Docks. 484 more words

Future Of Work

Will Companies using AI add more jobs than they cut? Read more at Recode

A few weeks ago the new U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin took some public flak for suggesting, in response to an interviewer’s question, that he was “not worried at all” that artificial intelligence would threaten the jobs of human workers, because in his view it is “50 or 100 years away.” 212 more words

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Augmentation of Human Capacity

On Friday I did the opening keynote for the Mindshop Australia conference. The title was “Bringing the Future into your Advisory Practice”. The focus was on ways of creating more value for the clients of advisors in the network. 333 more words

Technology