In this collection of blog posts, Tim O'Reilly begins a focused, high-level conversation about the ways in which technology is transforming how we do business, how we work, and how we live.
Authors Nick Grossman and Elizabeth Woyke explore how changes in the workplace bundle are drawing more and more people into the part-time labor force, aka the "gig economy,"...
Truly inspiring people are found at every level of an organization and demonstrate influence beyond their formal authority. What can you do to cultivate leadership qualities?
How your organization can use behavioral science to design a workplace culture that supports creativity, collaboration, and innovation among your employees.
How companies use OKRs to create focus, unity, and velocity within their teams, and how your company can succeed with this methodology.
When a company says "This is strictly a business decision," explaining why they must outsource jobs, it's worth reading the fine print and doing a bit of thinking about the numbers.
Siri, Google Now, and Cortana are unicorns. Uber and Lyft are unicorns. These things are unicorns not because of their valuation, but because they are the kinds of apps that make us say WTF?!
Current economic rules encourage the allocation of gains to consumers and financial shareholders, and the losses to workers and taxpayers. It doesn't have to be that way.
If we let machines put us out of work, it will be because of a failure of imagination and the will to make a better future.
A conversation about Universal Basic Income with John Maynard Keynes and Paul Buchheit.
Is technology empowering workers, or making them ever more helpless cogs in a corporate profit machine?
An economic shift led by software and connectedness.
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