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Let's Play: To Keep Gen Y Staffers, Gamify Their Work - Forbes

Let's Play: To Keep Gen Y Staffers, Gamify Their Work - Forbes | The Future of Associating (P.I.) | Scoop.it

A recent MTV workplace survey showed that Millennials overwhelmingly agree that their jobs should reflect their lifestyle, their workplace should be social and fun, and they should have flexible hours and autonomy over the projects they’ve been assigned. They want regular feedback on their performance and recognition for their work. Who wouldn’t want all that?

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Digital Disruption [Infographic] | Deloitte Digital

Digital Disruption [Infographic] | Deloitte Digital | The Future of Associating (P.I.) | Scoop.it

4.8 billion people own a mobile phone. Compare that to 4.2 billion that own a toothbrush.

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Social Connectedness and the Future of Well-Being | Institute For The Future

Social Connectedness and the Future of Well-Being | Institute For The Future | The Future of Associating (P.I.) | Scoop.it

The good news about this is that in many ways, we actually are moving into a more socially connected world, despite a fair amount of conventional wisdom that digital technologies isolate us.

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Empathy: The New Knowledge : Center for Social Innovation (CSI)

Empathy: The New Knowledge : Center for Social Innovation (CSI) | The Future of Associating (P.I.) | Scoop.it

In a lunchtime talk at the Stanford Graduate School of Business this year, Bill Drayton asserted that empathy is the single most important skill necessary for changing the world. “Those who don’t master applied empathy will be marginalized,” he said, calling for a “revolution” to ensure empathy skills are taught in early childhood alongside reading and math.

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Collaboration as an Intangible Asset - Robert J. Thomas - Harvard Business Review

Collaboration as an Intangible Asset - Robert J. Thomas - Harvard Business Review | The Future of Associating (P.I.) | Scoop.it

"So, the question is: What are the most critical intangible assets in your company? What are you doing to cultivate them? Who is responsible for managing the invisible that creates the intangibles?."

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Millennials: Consider Looking Abroad for Tech Jobs

Millennials: Consider Looking Abroad for Tech Jobs | The Future of Associating (P.I.) | Scoop.it

Growing up in the midst of global markets and cultures makes millennials ideal candidates for international job opportunities. Upon graduation, many young professionals choose to take positions overseas, with varying effects on their careers.

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Americans' Satisfaction Wanes as Connections Wither - The Daily Stat - May 25, 2012 - Harvard Business Review

Americans' Satisfaction Wanes as Connections Wither - The Daily Stat - May 25, 2012 - Harvard Business Review | The Future of Associating (P.I.) | Scoop.it

Between 1985 and 2005, the number of Americans who said they definitely felt satisfied with the way their lives were going dropped by about 30%, and the ranks of the most dissatisfied rose by nearly 50%, according to a study involving thousands of people.

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Rise of the Working Jobless | World Future Society

Are jobs obsolete? If so, should we shift at least some of our focus away from creating them toward making the futures of the working people who are jobless more secure and productive?

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Number of cellphones exceeds U.S. population: CTIA trade group

Number of cellphones exceeds U.S. population: CTIA trade group | The Future of Associating (P.I.) | Scoop.it
There are now more wireless devices being used in the U.S. than there are people, a new report says.
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In a Down Economy, Fewer Births | Pew Social & Demographic Trends

In a Down Economy, Fewer Births | Pew Social & Demographic Trends | The Future of Associating (P.I.) | Scoop.it
A sharp decline in fertility rates in the United States that started in 2008 is closely linked to the souring of the economy that began about the same time, according to a new analysis of multiple economic and demographic data sources.
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