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New Work - Good to Great Business Processes

Good-to-Great Lean Business Processes apply the Appreciative Inquiry (AI) Strengths-Based approach to collaboration, business change and innovation. In this Part 3 of 3 parts we describe 6 core business processes of New Work. Read more...

New Work - Innovation By Engaging From The Heart #FoW

The idea of flow in business is not new. The Old Work sees flow as the absence of waste but the New Work - in the age of Social - sees flow as the discovery and extension of what is Good at Scale. In this Part 2 of 3 parts we describe a characteristics of New Work as Experiencing a deeper level of flow by engaging people from the heart to innovate and grow from what gives life. Read more...

From Old Work to New Work - From Silos to Flow #Fow

The idea of flow in business is not new. The Old Work sees flow as the absence of waste but the New Work - in the age of Social - sees flow as the discovery and extension of what is Good at Scale. In this Part 1 of 3 parts we highlight the characteristics of Old Work as a way of bringing out the contrast with the New Work. Read more...

Jeremy Scrivens Keynote Future of Work Expert at Digital Workplace 24

On 20th and 21st May this year the Digital Workplace Group will produce Digital Workplace 24 #DW24.  This 24 hour webinar will go live for free to thousands of digital workplace professionals and experts across the world. 14 hours of the programme are live audio and visual. Read more...

Celebrities CEOs and Mystique Shattered in a Sharing World

Charlene LiIn a very recent blog post on Business 2 Community Charlene Li was asked why people don't use corporate social networks. Her first reason is because executives don't engage themselves, possibly, she says, "because it will make them look like less of a leader if they get close to people".  However these type of executives are on a very short fuse, as even once-reluctant celebrities have come around to embracing social even if it erodes the mystique. Read more...