Turn on, tune in… burn out?
by Livio Hughes | Oct 29, 2020 | Culture, Future of Work | 0 commentsIn this edition, Livio considers some of the productivity trends around remote working and their possible long-term effects on the health of online workers. Work Has Changed Forever Whatever politicians might say about sandwich shop economics and the billions they...
Iterative improvement in a competitive ecosystem is such a powerful driver of progress. This week's linklog shares some perspectives on what this means for org dev: https://postshift.substack.com/p/organisational-evolution-and-the?utm_source=twitter&sd=pf h/t @kevin2kelly @sonjabl @harvardbiz @Boundaryless_ & more...
Lee reviews some interesting experiments with AI chatbots, and considers the risks of amplifying the human tendency to deliberately mislead...
With links from, among others,
@hjarche, @emollick, Ted Chiang, and @kevinroose !
In our latest LinkLog, Sebastian talks about #failure, and how we should approach this in our learning journeys.
Should failure be a goal? is failure itself an inherent part of how we learn? What about risks and how can leadership mitigate those?
Our latest Link*Log by @drgabywolferink is out, with links from:
@Calnewport_ @Preppforsuccess @alainademop @Staffbase @oakandreeds @HarvardBiz @TimHarford @FinancialTimes @TechCoHQ
It is Tuesday, and time for our first #LinkLog of 2023. @leebryant talks about how, amid the #AI hype and fear-mongering, there is value today in creating augmentative little helpers in the workplace, rather than trying to simply replace people!