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Waarom het niets wordt met Het Nieuwe Werken: vertrouwen (4)

Waarom het niets wordt met Het Nieuwe Werken: vertrouwen (4) | The New way of Work | Scoop.it
Na ruim tweehonderd jaar van wantrouwen en controle is de stap naar vertrouwen een heel grote, die ook niet zomaar kan worden gemaakt.
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Het laatste deel van de vierdelige blogserie over Het Nieuwe Werken #HWN

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An operating model for company-wide agile development | McKinsey & Company

An operating model for company-wide agile development | McKinsey & Company | The New way of Work | Scoop.it
Organizations are succeeding with agile software and product development in discrete projects and teams. To do so in multiple business units and product groups, they must rethink foundational processes, structures, and relationships.
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By Santiago Comella Dorda, Swati Lohiya and Gerard Speksnijder. From my current assignment I recognize almost all that's mentioned in the article and see the company I'm assigned to struggke with ttransformation from a conventional to an agile structure.

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Machines are becoming more creative than humans

Machines are becoming more creative than humans | The New way of Work | Scoop.it
Can machines be creative? Recent successes in AI have shown that machines can now perform at human levels in many tasks that, just a few years ago, were considered to be decades away, like driving cars, understanding spoken language, and recognizing objects. But these are all tasks where we know what needs to be done, and the machine is just imitating us. What about tasks where the right answers are not known? Can machines be programmed to find solutions on their own, and perhaps even come up with creative solutions that humans would find difficult?
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By Risto Mikkulainen. Quote: "And with all that time saved, we humans will have more time for creative pursuits of our own."

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Today, Uncertainty Is The Only Certainty

Today, Uncertainty Is The Only Certainty | The New way of Work | Scoop.it
Shift your mindset to attain the flexibility, work/life balance, variety, job, and life satisfaction you were taught to expect from work.

Via Denis Pennel
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There is no such thing as certainty. Live to it. (via @DennisPennel)

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Robot CEO: Your next boss could run on code

Robot CEO: Your next boss could run on code | The New way of Work | Scoop.it
A report shown at the 2016 World Economic Forum in January says millions of jobs will be lost to robots in the next few years. When thinking about who is most vulnerable, factory workers, drivers, and pilots come to mind. Surely the jobs requiring a human touch, such as artists, entertainers, and managers, will stick around, right?
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By Emmanuel Marot. 

What a CEO does, a robot would do (mostly) better
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What new jobs will exist in 2035?

What new jobs will exist in 2035? | The New way of Work | Scoop.it

By 2035, workplace changes will see us looking for jobs as remote pilots or online chaperones.

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By Joe Myers. Automation will see a change in the roles we are looking for, and the jobs we do. The report believes complexity will increase and higher skills will be demanded – even for entry level tasks. This will require education systems to adapt and change to equip the workers of the future with the skills they need.

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Quit Your Job

Quit Your Job | The New way of Work | Scoop.it
A midlife career shift can be good for cognition, well-being, and even longevity.
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By Barbara Bradley Hagerty, At midlife, you have perhaps one good spin left at the wheel. So go for the thing you really want to do.

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Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, March 14, 1:05 PM
I did this twice and so far it is the best thing I could have done.
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I did this twice and so far it is the best thing I could have done.
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Robots will take our jobs. This is what we should do about it

Robots will take our jobs. This is what we should do about it | The New way of Work | Scoop.it
Instead of wringing our hands and blaming technology, we should be rolling up our sleeves and doing something about it.
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By Michael Jones. Almost half of those currently employed in the U.S. are at risk of being put out of work by automation in the next decade or two, according to a 2013 University of Oxford study, which identified transportation, logistics and administrative occupations as most vulnerable.

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Rethinking the Work-Life Equation

Rethinking the Work-Life Equation | The New way of Work | Scoop.it
It takes more than just policies to make a workplace truly flexible. The whole office culture has to change.
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By James Graham. When you think of balance, there's work on the one end and life on the other, and when one's up, the other is down.

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By James Graham. When you think of balance, there's work on the one end and life on the other, and when one's up, the other is down.

Denis Pennel's curator insight, March 3, 10:16 PM

By James Graham. When you think of balance, there's work on the one end and life on the other, and when one's up, the other is down.

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Google calls for datacentre storage disk design overhaul

Google calls for datacentre storage disk design overhaul | The New way of Work | Scoop.it
Search giant Google says an overhaul of traditional 3.5in disks could lower the total cost of ownership and improve infrastructure performance
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Is the time for 3.5" and 2.5" disk drives over? If it's up to Google, it is.

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Back to the future… The future of work is beginning to look increasingly like the pas

Back to the future… The future of work is beginning to look increasingly like the pas | The New way of Work | Scoop.it

When I study the future of work, and explore the emerging trends impacting our working lives, I am struck how it looks increasingly like the past.

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According to Denis Pennel. With the rise of the virtual economy comes also the challenge of classifying workers and applying an appropriate tax and social insurance structure to them and the clients for whom they are working

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De afschaffing van de VAR is een clusterfuck – Botte Jellema

De afschaffing van de VAR is een clusterfuck – Botte Jellema | The New way of Work | Scoop.it

En waarom zou u de titel van dit blogje geloven? De Belastingdienst heeft immers zo’n mooie webpagina met woorden als ‘zekerheid’, ‘eenvoudiger’ en ‘alles mag’. En de werkgeversorganisatieVNO-NCW spreekt van ‘zekerheid’, ‘duidelijkheid’ en ‘rust’.

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Omdat ik ZZP'er ben. En velen met mij.

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13 jobs that are quickly disappearing thanks to robots

13 jobs that are quickly disappearing thanks to robots | The New way of Work | Scoop.it
When the metal ones decide to come for us, they'll come for our jobs first.
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By Jaqqueline Smith, Rachel Gillet and Andy Kiersz. Based on the BLS's occupational outlook data, here are 13 jobs that could be on their way out of the US thanks to robots:

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The future of work: 10 workplace trends headed your way

The future of work: 10 workplace trends headed your way | The New way of Work | Scoop.it
It’s impossible to ignore any longer: technology, social media, and radical innovation are shaking up the workplace. Every aspect of your business is about to change. Will your company adapt to the upheaval? Or is it a dinosaur doomed to extinction?
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By Linda Sharkey. The future of work is not tomorrow. The future is today. Here are the 10 key forces that will drive the 21st-century organisation.

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Why scientists think we should be working three-day weeks

Why scientists think we should be working three-day weeks | The New way of Work | Scoop.it

The over-40s are at their best if they work fewer than 25 hours a week, according to new research.

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By Joe Myers. The authors highlight that for those over the age of 40, working part-time – for example three days a week – could have cognitive benefits, both for workers and business.

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Will collective intelligence change the way we work? | MIT Sloan Executive Education

Will collective intelligence change the way we work? | MIT Sloan Executive Education | The New way of Work | Scoop.it

We're in the midst of a transformation in how businesses are organized. Typical corporate hierarchies are starting to look overrated, and changes in coordination technology have the power to make work and innovation even more democratic. However, according to MIT organizational theorist Thomas Malone, most of us are still victims of a centralized mindset, the idea that in order to manage things it’s best to put somebody in charge who gives orders to other people. He urges us to look at the many new ways of organizing that allow more people to have more involvement in decisions--and for better results.

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By MIT Sloan Executive Education. Of course, decentralization, communication technologies, and collective intelligence can't and won't take the place of leadership, or even make it less important. These new ways of working will just put more weight on leadership qualities like vision, encouragement, and inclusion.

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The real cost of robotics

The real cost of robotics | The New way of Work | Scoop.it
Before we begin, I feel compelled to make an important disclosure: I love robots! Robots are cool. To me, robots are cooler than people, who are only cool..
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Maybe costs will make it take a while before robtos have taken our places. Bt Dmitry Slepov.

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Robots will take your job - The Boston Globe

Robots will take your job - The Boston Globe | The New way of Work | Scoop.it
Even the White House says the machines are coming, so let’s give humans a universal basic income.
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We’re building a world where a universal basic income may be the only rational, fair way for society to function — and that’s not a future we should fear. By Scott Santens

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Welcome To The Post-Work Economy

Welcome To The Post-Work Economy | The New way of Work | Scoop.it
For the future economy to work, we need to get rid of our unhealthy fixation on what work and jobs mean to our self-worth.
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By Ben Schiller.  World changing ideas of 2016.

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Myriam Lafaille's curator insight, March 17, 5:16 AM

By Ben Schiller.  World changing ideas of 2016.

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The future of work is 5 billion customers looking for a good job

The future of work is 5 billion customers looking for a good job | The New way of Work | Scoop.it

Now, imagine a much better world — the people-centered economy — where three billion workers have jobs tailored to fit their unique sets of skills, talents, passions, where they work with people they are inspired by and productive together with, where they engage in the most meaningful and fruitful opportunities that can be found for them.

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By David Nordfors. If companies have a thousand competitors for the same customers, what do they do? They diversify! This is what people must do, too.

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Bruce Schneier: We're sleepwalking towards digital disaster and are too dumb to stop

Bruce Schneier: We're sleepwalking towards digital disaster and are too dumb to stop | The New way of Work | Scoop.it
Coders and tech bros playing chance with the future
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By Lian Thomson. Scheier sees a future of software being abused by the most powerful to gain more power. And that's disastreus.

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Arbeidsmarkt: niet restaureren, maar moderniseren — Medium

Arbeidsmarkt: niet restaureren, maar moderniseren — Medium | The New way of Work | Scoop.it

Wat er mis is met het nieuwe beleid ten aanzien van arbeid. Door Mark Vletter en Ronald Mulder

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Goede suggesties voor aanpassingen aan het arbeidssysteem om de huidige manier van werken mogelijk te maken. Maar dit vereist visie en beleid van de regering. Die zijn helaas ver te zoeken.

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How technology will change the future of work

How technology will change the future of work | The New way of Work | Scoop.it
How many of us can say, with certainty, what jobs we would choose if we were kids today?
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By Niall Dunne, BT. Written for WEF. 

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We Need To Talk About Security On The Internet Of Things - Forbes

We Need To Talk About Security On The Internet Of Things - Forbes | The New way of Work | Scoop.it
Too few IoT device manufacturers are doing a great job protecting data. That can change.
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By Tim Sparapani. The more the general public can compare the privacy and security practices of IoT devices and the networks that back them up, the greater the chance of forcing IoT manufacturers to prioritize security.

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The last job on Earth: imagining a fully automated world – video

The last job on Earth: imagining a fully automated world – video | The New way of Work | Scoop.it
Meet Alice, holder of the last recognisable job on Earth, trying to make sense of her role in an automated world
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The last job on earth...

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Today’s Automation Anxiety Was Alive and Well in 1960

Today’s Automation Anxiety Was Alive and Well in 1960 | The New way of Work | Scoop.it

Electronic data processing, or EDP, rose to prominence in 1950s American business as a way to automate simple and regular tasks that involved large amounts of data. It was fast (comparatively), accurate, and transformative. And, like any new technology making its entrance into office life, it was met with profoundly mixed feelings.

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By Gretchen Gavett. What have we learned from Electronic Data Processing (EDP) back in the sixties? 

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