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The 14 Principles Of The Future Organization: The way we work is changing.  It’s not going to stop changing anytime soon, in fact the change is only going to speed up.  Organizations have made progress in adapting for the future of work, but we still have a long way to go.  In my...

The 14 Principles Of The Future Organization: The way we work is changing.  It’s not going to stop changing anytime soon, in fact the change is only going to speed up.  Organizations have made progress in adapting for the future of work, but we still have a long way to go.  In my...

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The 14 Principles Of The Future Organization: The way we work is changing.  It’s not going to stop changing anytime soon, in fact the change is only going to speed up.  Organizations have made progress in adapting for the future of work, but we still have a long way to go.  In my...

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48 minutes
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Nov 9, 2020
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The way we work is changing.  It’s not going to stop changing anytime soon, in fact the change is only going to speed up.  Organizations have made progress in adapting for the future of work, but we still have a long way to go.  In my book, The Future of Work, I laid out 14 principles of the future organization. And while that book was released back in 2014, these principles are still very relevant for organizations today and we have a lot of work to do in each one of these areas in order to succeed in the next decade and beyond. So let’s take a deeper look at each one of these 14 principles. Globally distributed with smaller teams We have been seeing organizations move away from having all of their employees located in a few corporate offices to having employees spread out all over the world. This allows teams to be smaller and more agile.  It also opens up a wider pool of talent for organizations then we have seen in the past. Proximity to the corporate headquarters is no longer an issue. This is an exciting change because it means organizations can utilize the best talent and individuals can work for their dream company no matter where they are in the world. We were already seeing this change back in 2014, but now with COVID-19 we are seeing this become even more common.  Connected workforce While it is great to have a global team around the world, it is not possible to work effectively from all over without being able to stay connected. Your team needs to be able to connect to the right information and to each other anywhere, anytime, and from any device. Which means your organization has to have the right technology in place to make that happen.  Technology is the central nervous system of any organization. With the current pandemic companies have been pushed to achieve in 3 months what they had been trying to do over 10 years. But with or without the pandemic, companies have to continue to create and invest in the technologies that connect their workforce.  Intrapreneurial  There are several traits that come to mind when you think of an entrepreneur. Passion, drive, innovation, creativity, forward thinking, etc… Wouldn’t you love to have people inside of your organization with these traits? You should. Intrapreneurs are entrepreneurs that work inside of an organization instead of off on their own.  You can foster the intrapreneurial spirit inside of your organization by letting employees test their ideas out, experiment, pitch new projects, and run with the ideas that have potential. There are several organizations that are allowing employees to be intrapreneurial such as LinkedIn, Adobe, and AT&T.  For individuals this means that you have to have entrepreneurial skills in order to succeed and get ahead. You have to be scrappy, resourceful, and curious. Don’t just wait for your manager to tell you what to do next, don’t just think inside the box, don’t get pigeon-holed into a certain job description. Don’t be afraid to take an idea and run with it.  Operates like a small company Organizations can no longer afford to be bogged down by bureaucracy, not in this fast paced world we are living in. No matter how many employees you have you have to operate like a small company.  Small companies are agile and adaptable. They are able to make quick decisions and pivot at a moment's notice. Again, with the pandemic I think companies have been forced to do this for now. We all had to act quickly at the beginning of 2020. But if you want to succeed in the future you have to be able to continue to act small and agile. You will not win if you operate at the speed of sludge.  Are your employees empowered to make their own decisions or do they have to go through multiple levels of hierarchy to get an answer? Do you have small enough teams or do you have 40+ people in meetings? Do you allow employees to run with ideas or do they have to sit in back to back meetings all day?  Don’t tell me it’s not possible to make quick decisions, we’ve
Dirilis:
Nov 9, 2020
Format:
Episode Podcast