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How The Social Age Is Transforming The Way Business Works | Ted Coiné

How The Social Age Is Transforming The Way Business Works | Ted Coiné | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

'...There is nothing you did in the closed system of the Industrial Age organization that you can’t do thousands of times better in the Social Age...'

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How The Knowledge Economy Is Redefining Work I Tim Leberecht

How The Knowledge Economy Is Redefining Work I Tim Leberecht | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

'Our conceptions of work have shifted, and work is more about finding meaning and independence. Companies that refuse to offer flexible, autonomous, and creative work environments, won't be able to attract the best people...'

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The future of work I Laurie Ruettimann

The future of work I Laurie Ruettimann | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

'You can't click on a link to Forbes or The Wall Street Journal without some guru telling you that the future of work is changing...'

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Three keys if you want to become a more data-driven organization I Steve Boese

Three keys if you want to become a more data-driven organization I Steve Boese | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

'So you've bought into it -  Big Data, Moneyball for HR, workforce analytics - all of it. And whatever you call this increased reliance on data, analysis, and more objective information in your talent processes, chances are this represents a pretty significant change to the way you've always done business, how managers and leaders have made decisions, and perhaps most importantly how you evaluate and reward employees...'

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Help! My work goes unnoticed at the office

Help! My work goes unnoticed at the office | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it
Do you feel invisible on the job? Here are steps you can take to help make sure you're not only seen, but appreciated

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Who’s The Boss? The Impact Bosses Have On Your Worklife [INFOGRAPHIC]

Who’s The Boss? The Impact Bosses Have On Your Worklife [INFOGRAPHIC] | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

 

There are a variety of television shows and movies that shine light on just how terrible a boss can be. But for many employees, terrible bosses are a very problematic and real part of everyday life.

Handling a bad boss can cause a diverse amount of mental and physical health issues. According to USA Today, a stunning 75 percent of working adults say dealing with their boss is the most stressful part of of their job. While the Journal of Business and Psychology reported workers’ health can be adversely affected by a negative psychological climate, which can lead to a slew of health-related problems, including heart disease and depression.

When it comes to dealing with a bad boss, the negative effects are apparent — but what makes a boss good? Some positive traits of a boss include an interest in teaching employees concrete skills and attempting to generate better working methods. It seems that an overall interest in creating a well-oiled work environment is the trait of a good boss.

Good or bad, bosses have a very large impact on the way a company functions. Your boss is likely to increase or decrease your productivity and even lay the tone for your work environment. This infographic by  WorldWideLearn examines the impact of management on workers and the true worth of a boss.


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Kathleen Bartle's curator insight, February 20, 2013 4:28 PM

So so true. Bad bosses wreck lives and families, destroy health and careers not to mention the billions lost in reduced productivity, turnover and the like. 

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The Evolution of the Worker - #EWS2014 I Robin Schooling

Spherion's Emerging Workforce Study discussing the Evolution of the Worker is scheduled to be released in April 2014.
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14 Things To Do On A Slow Day At Work

14 Things To Do On A Slow Day At Work | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it
Bored at work? You probably don't experience slow days too often, but when you do, you'll want to make the most of that time.

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Angie Mc's curator insight, January 10, 2:28 PM

I am never bored. Ever. So I was curious about what would be listed and found that yes, I do many of these activities, which I guess can prevent boredom in the first place!

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The Rhythm of Work I Trish

The Rhythm of Work I Trish | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

'I was on my way to work and thinking about how I get some of my best post ideas while driving.  The other day I was thinking about the rhythm of driving.  When you drive somewhere, you really have to figure out the rhythm of the traffic around you to get there most efficiently and effectively.  It’s about how you as a driver fit in with the people around you.  And, if you don’t, you might pass them, slow down, or move over a lane to the right or the left.  Work is not really different than that...'

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How to cut meeting times by 90 percent

How to cut meeting times by 90 percent | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

 

(MoneyWatch) What do people complain about most? Meetings. What do workers love about working from home? No meetings. 

Meetings are the bane of the working day, and yet it's hard to do anything without them. These days, recognizing that collaboration tends to be more creative than assembly-line thinking, getting people together is how we make things happen.

 

But meetings are very expensive. When I was consulting for a law firm, I once calculated that the total cost of a meeting based on the hourly rates of the participants was more than $10,000. You should expect an awful lot of great ideas at that rate. Even in companies where salaries are far lower, the cost of meetings is high -- in time not spent on other things, in cynicism and politics.


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The End of a Job as We Know It I Josh Bersin

The End of a Job as We Know It I Josh Bersin | Entretiens Professionnels | Scoop.it

'The concept of a job, as we know it, is starting to go away. Over the last year I've been speaking with many corporate business and HR leaders and have heard a common theme: we need our organizations to be more agile. We need to redesign the organization so we can learn faster, communicate better, and respond more rapidly to change. This quest for the agile organization has changed the nature of what we call a job.'

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partagé via Damien Joliot (@RessHum) et Vincent Rostaing (@lecairn) 

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