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We Are Thinking About The Future Of Work All Wrong Feb 20, 2019 people.first Stowe Boyd writing today in his newsletter: “I am ambivalent about authors making too grand a case in favor of finding meaning and purpose through “For instance, onboarding training ….. Feb 18, 2019 people.first will also give them an idea of how they will fit into the whole organization.” I look forward to the day when Why do we develop, build and launch technologies to allow organizations to increasingly do things more efficiently and not to allow people to better live their lives? Feb 18, 2019 people.first & johnisms Why do we develop, build and launch technologies to allow organizations to increasingly do things more efficiently and not to allow people to better The Economy Feb 18, 2019 people.first & people.centered.economy The task centered economy is driven by market forces aiming at lowering the cost of tasks while The people-centered economy is driven by market Meaningful Work Feb 18, 2019 people.first & people.centered.economy Meaningful work lies at the heart of every successful economy.” Creating Value Feb 18, 2019 people.first & people.centered.economy Today, most businesses are ‘task centered’ because they see value creation in tasks or jobs being done. While the task-centered economy says that we Goals For A People Centered Economy Feb 18, 2019 people.first & people.centered.economy “We do meaningful work with people we like Being valued by people we don’t know Providing for the people we love In Praise of Idleness Feb 6, 2019 people.first ”A great deal of harm is being done in the modern world by belief in the virtuousness of work, and that the road to happiness and prosperity lies The Future of Work Dec 14, 2018 living.notes & people.first The profession of sales has just gone the way of all the others. Everyone today is a writer, a photographer, a networker, a sales pro … the real AI and The Future Of Work Dec 3, 2018 people.first “I grow weary of commentators making the assertion — with little evidence or backup, aside from the comments of like-mined The Gig Economy Nov 28, 2018 future.of.work & people.first “When we think “gig economy,” we tend to picture an Uber driver or a TaskRabbit tasker rather than a lawyer or a doctor, but in reality, this Send Me Home Nov 21, 2018 on.humanity & people.first & no.comment “In May 1975, 18-year-old Rickey Jackson was arrested in Cleveland, Ohio for a murder he didn’t commit. After being convicted, he spent two and a December 10th - Who Will Be There? Nov 18, 2018 people.first Everyone Should Be!   Celebrate With Us And Register Now (Too small? Click on the image to make for easier reading) I don’t often publish and December 10th Celebrates 70 years of Our Freedoms Nov 18, 2018 people.first Put It down to The Declaration of Human Rights.   Celebrate With Us And Register Now (Too small? Click on the image to make for easier What Are You Doing On December 10th? Nov 18, 2018 people.first Celebrating the Seventieth Birthday of the Declaration of Human Rights? People Centered Internet, (putting humanity at the center of the Stop Walmart Act Nov 17, 2018 people.first “Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and Rep. Ro Khanna (D-Calif.) will set their sights on America’s largest private employer by introducing the”Stop Salary Negotiation Oct 16, 2018 people.first José Azar of IESE Business School at the University of Navarra, Ioana Marinescu of the University of Pennsylvania, and Marshall Steinbaum of the Odd … Isn’t It? Oct 16, 2018 people.first When you were aged twenty to thirty years old, you were told that you did not have sufficient experience to do the job. Now you are forty to fifty Power To The People Oct 15, 2018 people.first Vendors spend billions of dollars every year on software to manage their ‘customer relationships’. While we (the people) don’t even have software For People of Color … Feb 28, 2018 people.first & internet.thoughts … banks are shutting the door to homeownership “Fifty years after the federal Fair Housing Act banned racial discrimination in lending, African Privacy Is Not Absolute Feb 28, 2018 business.of.tech & people.first & internet.thoughts The US is among a consortium of nations calling for encryption back doors. “The privacy of Internet users”is not absolute,” according to a
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