Balloons and darts don’t mix, and it only takes one dart to bring down the most amazing balloon. If the work requires balloons, it’s sheer madness to hand out darts to everyone.
If we’re going to exit lockdown conditions stronger for it, it will only be because we’ve re-discovered what effective patterns of work look like. Not that we used Zoom or Teams to re-create the broken design of work we had at the office.
Introduces two tools for reimagining effective work: a set of principles to transform our mindset and a process to follow. Part 3 in the Reimagining Effective Work report series.
As COVID-19 began spreading across Europe and the United States in early March 2020, many firms had to enable remote working arrangements for employees suddenly. It won’t last.
A look at the changes in the how, where, why, when and what of work. And the implications of these changes for workers everywhere.
A brief scan of how transformative ideas are being applied around the world, covering banking, transportation, accommodation, and others. Highlights the questioning mindset essential for reimagining effective work.
Graphic designer Takayuki Yoshida developed a concept video for a Tokyo crosswalk (called a zebra crossing down here) at night. It’s not real yet; it’s just an idea … but what an imaginative re-think of crosswalk safety for pedestrians. Clearly it would work best in the absence of […]
How do you learn to see what you can’t? Or to put it another way, how can you increase your ability to pay attention to and describe what presents itself before your eyes? It’s all there for the seeing, but if you lack the eyes to see, it might as well not be.
Step Two is hosting the digital employee experience (DEX) conference in September in Sydney. The wraps are coming off the agenda next week, but it’s not too early to book your flights.
One city in China has installed gutter level cameras in parking spaces for automatic vehicle identification and precise billing based on parking time.