Future of Work: Agile Growth Culture in 4 Lessons
“Shifting a culture requires dedicated effort. Unfortunately, many organizations on this journey struggle to articulate their aspired ‘agile culture’ and bring it to life. This article demystifies culture change in an agile world through four practical lessons drawn from real-life success stories from around the world.”
Telepresence: Post-Pandemic Digital Lifescapes in America
“If white-collar workers are told the downtown office is forever optional, some will take their superstar-city jobs out of superstar cities. That much is obvious. But these shifts, even if they are initially moderate, could lead to more surprising and significant changes to America’s cultural, economic, and political future.”
via The Atlantic
How to Build Skilled Data and Analytics Teams
“As a data-driven culture is more a factor of influence than of control, spread the word about how data and analytics can help drive business results across business units. Data and analytics is not a technology implementation — it is a change management initiative.”
Curiosity: The Trending Skill You Didn’t Know You Needed
‘Applied Curiosity’ is the application of curiosity to do specific things like increase influence, inspire innovation, and prepare for competitive shifts in the global economy. Try these LinkedIn Learning courses now to strategically add curiosity into your repertoire of skills. They will be free for you through the end of June.
Generation-Data: How to Create a Digital Business Breakthrough
“For an organization to be successful in this new digital economy, it must be data-driven and have a good data culture, meaning it requires technology and people that can manage data capture through to consumption.”
How the ‘Corporate Reserve Corps’ Model Fill a Skills Gap
In the face of COVID-19, leaders must demonstrate business continuity and the ability to continuously adapt and respond to new information and challenges. Including new data and analytics, to customer experience and prolonged supply chain disruptions.
via Chief Executive
Future of Work: A Global ‘Remote Talent’ Economy
“For many workers, the lockdown has hurried the arrival of the ‘future of work’, a term invoked in recent years in relation to the opportunities and challenges of technological disruption and the structural economic factors that determine the quality of livelihoods.” — Progressive CEOs seek the best talent, wherever they’re located.
Growth Culture: Credible and Optimistic Leadership Matters
“By identifying the critical behaviors that must be embedded in your organization to bring that growth-enhancing culture to life, you can help your company weather these turbulent times and come out of them even stronger than before.”
Sharing Data and Expertise to Build Economic Resilience
“EMER²GENT brings together industry and talent to cooperate in ways that have never been witnessed before. These are unprecedented times. But we’re all in this together — We operate on three simple principles encompassing open data and open source culture.”
How Leadership and Culture Impact Meeting Outcomes
A good rule of thumb is that if the in-person meeting is terrible, the remote version of the same will be exponentially more so. This means that, in a remote working environment, the way you run meetings becomes crucial to the productivity and cohesion of the team.
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