I’m quite impressed by the contents of the reboot of the Rework podcast. The last two podcasts focused heavily on business, ethics and the obligations of businesses to take a stand, even if it is an uncomfortable one. By the way, you just may want to listen to the entire back-catalogue of this podcast, because … Continue reading On Rework
This week, Sodexo organised its Quality of Life conference. The conference addresses one of the key challenges for future HR functions. How do you address the new type of knowledge worker as to their Quality of Life needs. Meeting a new slash I had a wonderful conversation with a new slash this morning. A “slash”, … Continue reading Slash and the Quality of Life challenge
I used this excellent video a couple of months ago in a session with all Sodexo Benefits & Rewards Services Belgium collaborators to bring up the closeness we all have to one another as people. It may be the organisation and the environment, or the openness and the inclusivity we share, but I was very … Continue reading Talking about closeness and inclusivity: Look beyond borders by Amnesty International
20 days after payment, still no products from Apple. A history of horrible service from the Apple Store for Business in the EU.
The article in Extra Newsfeed is a must read in this day and age, especially given the current situation in the US. While not all of my friends agree (here’s looking at you, Alain!), I do believe that most people hold back from a reaction for fear of condemnation … for fear of not being … Continue reading About tolerance
My specific “computer” needs make my case an excellent case for iPad only use. Which is exactly how I’ve been working on my ageing iPad Mini for the past couple of weeks. It works but could need a power boost, which is why I’m looking at the iPad Pro 10.5. Use case Like many middle … Continue reading Going iPad only
In one of the most interesting episodes of the Masters of Scale podcast by Reid Hoffman - LinkedIn’s co-founder - the question asked and answered is “Where will the next Silicon Valley be?” Hoffman goes on to answer that Silicon Valley can occur wherever the conditions are right (nice political answer there) but goes on … Continue reading China’s cashless society