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The Future of Work

The Future of Work

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The Future of Work according to History of Work, I’m not convinced by the doomsayers who predict radical job losses due to the rise of automation.
Human society has gained overall from every technological advancement since the

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Is the Position Description dead?

Is the Position Description dead?

Is the Position Description dead?
We’ve all heard the argument about dropping the need for resumes over the years, but what about the use of Job Descriptions (JDs)? Recent research by HSG tell us the following:
• 37% of organisations

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NO the most powerful word in the world

‘NO’ the most powerful word in the world

“No” the most powerful word in the world? Possibly…. Does “there’s just not enough hours in the day” sound familiar? As leaders, Time is often our scarcest resource and in an increasingly complex landscape, it’s easy to be pulled in

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Pricing in a growth business

Pricing in a growth business

Pricing – the bane of every growth business. I recently sat in on the launch of this brilliant pricing course run by London’s leading behavioural economist Hannah Lewis, and I want to give it a shout out. It’s absolutely spot-on

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New approaches to a strategy

Is the strategy offsite a thing of the past? I recently said no to doing a 2-day strategy offsite and I had a genuinely puzzled client ask me why I didn’t favour that approach. In a world where doing business differently

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Tension and conflict is at the heart of teamwork

Tension and conflict is at the heart of teamwork

Tension and conflict isn’t the antithesis of teamwork. It’s the purpose of it. I firmly believe that a level of healthy tension is central for business problem solving, innovation and collaboration and critical to outperformance. I’m sure that’s why diverse

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