Editor’s note: I really like these laws. They show the place and importance of workplace in work. many of them are directly relatable to learning too.
Editor’s note: Bringing skills to the masses, and successfully so. Could this be an answer to developing skills in the workplace?
Editor’s note: Big, and ongoing, research by Gallup into the US workplace. This research shows that poor managers continue to be a costly thorn in the side of organisations.
Editor’s note: This indepth academic report shows the impact of stress on morbidity and healthcare. If the researchers are correct then there is currently a very high price to be paid for workplace stress.
Editor’s note: Interesting piece on the future workplace and how we are failing to use technology to its full potential.
Editor’s note: Researchers have been asking executives what they would include if they could design their dream company. So, what would that dream company look like?
Editor’s note: An overview of gamification in the workplace plus a look at three companies that actually do it.
Editor’s note: A seven-minute interview with Jeanne Meister, co-author of The 2020 Workplace. Meister looks at how technology is changing the way organisations work and what this means for the HR function. Thanks to @LearnKotch for sharing.
Editor’s note: Futurologist Dr Carl Rohde presents his 10 drivers of change in the workplace of the future.
Editor’s note: is workplace design the number one factor in sparking creative interactions? Probably not, says Scott Berkun. It is a factor but what of all the other places that have given us our greatest ideas?
Editors note: ‘Because of greater connectivity and hugely dispersed workforces, we’ll mimic the organised chaos of a bee or ant colony.’ Interesting research to keep you awake at night – what’s the impact for L&D?