Tom Ball is the founder of NearDesk, “the flexible working passport that lets people work near home.” He believes that ‘fluid spaces’ will soon supplement the traditional workplace environment.
Much has been written about great leaders, but Higson and Sturgess want you to build competitive advantage by thinking differently.
The first Responsive Organization unconference took place this week in London. Gloria Lombardi reviews.
Mobile payment platform Truzign uses new app to find and share articles available on the web internally with employees.
The former IBMer Luis Suarez, well known for not using emails since 2008, talks to Gloria Lombardi about his vision for the future of work and social collaboration.
Changing the World of Work. One Human at a Time is the first e-book by Change Agents Worldwide (CAWW), a network of progressive and passionate professionals who specialise in the future of work.
This is the key take away from the collaboration and communications technology event Connected Business Expo 2014. The two-day conference took place this week on 4th and 5th March at Olympia, London.
‘A Cambrian moment‘ is the special report by The Economist that describes the entrepreneurial explosion happening virtually worldwide.
In What’s the Future of Business? Solis describes how social and mobile technologies have been impacting on new ways of doing business.
‘The Socially Enabled Enterprise’ study by Social Media Today, describes why and how leading firms are making social business an essential part of their overall business strategy.
In ‘Transform’ author Christopher Morace uses the popular story ‘Through the Looking Glass, and What Alice Found There’ by Lewis Carroll to make the case for organisational transformation.
Every year, the world celebrates Ada Lovelace Day to recognise and raise the profile of women working in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).