This year's lineup of speakers include leaders from Genentech, WeWork, Serendipity Labs, e-Work.com and many more.
Seriously, this is one of my favorite conferences on the future of work. It's not just about the speakers, it draws a great audience of industry leaders too.
"The aim of this research piece is to link together the theoretical underpinnings of collaborative behavior, with the real world experiences around building collaborative planning and action processes."
While most recognize the value of collaboration, it's not always easy to get right. This report explores the why it's important, how it really works, and practical steps for getting it right.
"The only guarantee is that if you fail to attempt to experiment by losing command and control and allow people to align their work to customers and your organisation’s goals and objectives, a more certain, negative ending is in your future."
This is a must read. As the pace of change continues to accelerate, we need to manage differently. That means letting go of command and control in favor of agile fail-fast strategies.
Businesses are ill-prepared for the “high risk, security indifferent” flexible workforce, according to a report by Aruba Networks. It calls flexible workers using multiple mobile devices #GenMobile...
Wow, a full 37% of companies don't have a basic mobile security policy. Over half of employees would break security rules to get their job done.
The most popular place for UK employees to work is at home, a poll by a software company has found.
Job location was even more important than wages or job security.