The umbrella. Re-imagined. Process: 1. observe current state (we all do this with umbrellas – but don’t go beyond here; we accept what is). 2. imagine a different state. 3. do something about it.
One of my favourite examples of digital transformation is Air New Zealand. It’s a favourite because I get to fly Air New Zealand regularly to locations around the world, and so experience first-hand (some of) the innovations they have introduced. Those innovations include: – check-in machines in the […]
One of my key themes is called Re-Imagine Effective Work to Transform Possibilities to Realities, which I describe this way: Taking a wide view of the business world reveals many challengers to current industry business models, often fuelled by new technological innovations that are creatively applied to overturn […]
In Jeffrey Baumgartner’s newsletter last year, he wrote about unconventional meetings. I happened to read the article again today, and it has some great ideas for re-imagining effective work: Most likely, you have a process of booking meeting rooms (at least if yours is a larger company), sitting […]
Diebold, an ATM manufacturer, features in a recent profile in Bloomberg BusinessWeek for its approach to finding and hiring senior executives: Unlike a typical chief executive officer, Diebold CEO Andy Mattes can’t just stroll down the hall at his company’s headquarters in Canton, Ohio, to confer with his […]
Re-imagining effective work at #Intranets2015 with @collabguy. #sketchnotes #intranet #futureofwork pic.twitter.com/IL47a6rix6 — Rebecca Jackson (@_rebeccajackson) May 20, 2015 The above is the sketchnotes version of my talk on Re-Imagining Effective Work that Rebecca drew at Intranets 2015 in Sydney.
I presented the opening keynote last week in Sydney at the Intranets 2015 conference. My talk was on Re-Imagining Effective Work (slides above). The presentation advocates the need for thinking beyond the immediate impacts of new technology on work practices, to the deeper and more long running impacts […]
In the Australian Federal Budget last week a good chunk of change was set for digital transformation across the Australian government: The federal government has set aside more than $95 million to establish the Digital Transformation Office inside Malcolm Turnbull’s Department of Communications, part of a $255 million […]
I have but 10 hours left in the office before boarding a couple of planes (not simultaneously, mind you) and heading to Sydney for the Intranets 2015 conference hosted by Step Two Designs. The conference is on Wednesday and Thursday next week (May 20-21), with a post-conference workshop […]
Unify recently published the results of its New Way to Work Index: The first research wave for the Unify New Way to Work Index ran between January and February 2014 and surveyed more than 300 executives across the globe focusing on the habits and constructs of successful teams. […]