Browsing All posts tagged under »flexibility«

Time on over time off

February 7, 2011


So, I was doing a speech on the Future of Work at the IOIC and started to think about policies that shackle us. We all think it’s right to have employment policies in place – to protect employees; ensure fairness and consistency and create order and alignment. That seems right. But is it getting in […]

A world without borders…

January 25, 2011


I was inspired by a link sent to me by @casablanca via Twitter. The link sent me to a super blog post on the Confused of Calcutta site. It was the first time I’d been there and it’s now going to become one of my oft read blogs. The thesis was about un-nationalties and the […]

Why work doesn’t happen at work…er, yes it does!

January 10, 2011


Firstly, I have to say that I love what Jason Fried is trying to say on TED, but he has got it wrong. Work does happen at work. I’ve done some fantastic work at work surrounded by work colleagues. We’ve come up with some great ideas and we have been able to see them through […]