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The Future of Work by 2020

Fascinating topic, don’t you think? And here we are, still in 2013, and already thinking about what the workplace of the future would be like by 2020. Well, one thing for sure is that it won’t be anything like we have today or what we may have had over the[…]

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The Future of Work Is Learning

As a result of John Tropea’s wonderful blog post from yesterday, which I have blogged about over here, there has been also quite an interesting and rather refreshing conversation developing on the side over at Google Plus around the topics of business processes, BRP (Barely Repeatable Processes), the role of[…]

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The Future of Work by Luis Suarez (Full Version)

A couple of days back, you would remember how I created a blog post where I was mentioning a short video-conference interview I participated in where I briefly talked, along with William Pulleyblank, on the topic of The Future of Work and the implications for the corporate world and the[…]

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The Future of Work by Luis Suarez (Goodbye Cubicle, Hello Couch)

A couple of weeks back, I mentioned in a couple of twitterings how I was going to participate in an online video-conference interview around the topic of The Future of Work using the excellent Skype capabilities with a couple of IBM interns from Corporate Communications (Yes, indeed, no e-mail required[…]

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What Do You Sell?

‘What’s your own purpose then?’ That’s the main question I keep getting asked myself over and over again after I wrote about that very same topic a few days ago. ‘Is it still pretty much the same as when you were a salaried employee at a large IT firm? Or has it[…]

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The Trials and Tribulations of Freelance Work

Ever since I went independent, nearly two years ago, a recurring theme has been coming up in plenty of conversations I have been having, whether offline or online, with a good number of people going from former colleagues, to family members and friends, to several acquaintances. It’s a topic I[…]

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