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Looking for Humanity in Data: Understanding Human Psychology from Receptiviti

POSTED ON April 19th  - POSTED IN Artificial Intelligence, Future Of Business, Humanity in Data

Understand people as people. This is not so hard a concept, except business has never traditionally operated this way. They see employees as workers. They look at consumers as potential buyers for their products. Rarely was the value to the consumer, or employee considered… until today. What I’ve witnessed recently within the advertising and even the HR space, […]

Today Uncertainty is the Only Certainty

POSTED ON April 7th  - POSTED IN Artificial Intelligence, Future Of Business, Work Culture

I had a few conversations in the span of a week with traditionalists. My definition of traditionalists: people whose expectations of the future are dictated by what they were led to believe in a world where things seemed more predictable.  Their view of how the world should be perhaps was once true… when conditions had […]

How Trust Impacts Culture in a Cross-Generational Workplace

POSTED ON February 25th  - POSTED IN Future Of Business

The foundation of any relationship: Trust. It makes sense, then, that trust is also the key ingredient to developing a successful work culture. So we must understand why trust has become increasingly important at work. And in a cross-generational workplace, we must know how trust is defined by the different generations. In relationships, trust is […]

Looking for Humanity in Data: Understanding Sensemaking from HyLighter

POSTED ON February 18th  - POSTED IN Artificial Intelligence, Future Of Business, Humanity in Data, Work Culture

This was an educational episode that covered the basis of a data approach called Sensemaking. David Lebow, Inventor and CEO of HyLighter was our esteemed guest. Below are the highlights from our discussion with David. For details on the podcast please listen here in its entirety: What is sensemaking in one sentence? While sensemaking has […]

The Jobs of the Future are YET to be Written

POSTED ON February 2nd  - POSTED IN Future Of Business

I’ve been told I’m a fatalist. Perhaps I am. For all the research I’ve done on the Future of Work and among the amazing peers I’ve collaborated with in this category, it is so clear to me that the past definitely does NOT dictate the future. As the image implies, there was a time when […]

Employee Social Media: The Driving Force Of Your Employer Brand

POSTED ON January 19th  - POSTED IN Future Of Business

Think about this: You’re at a party and there’s this random guy standing in the room yelling “I’m cool! I’m cool!” Now, at the same party, there’s this suave looking guy singing songs about how he backpacked through Europe on an old beat-up Gibson guitar. And people are just naturally drawn to him all night […]

Content Fuels The Employee Experience

POSTED ON January 5th  - POSTED IN Future Of Business

There’s a black hole happening at your enterprise. Your company is creating all sorts of content. Blog posts, press releases, videos, job ads – the list goes on. The industry is also creating a lot of relevant content for your company. Employees are either reading or sharing this content, but you have absolutely no visibility […]

Develop a Content Strategy That Your Employees and Customers Love

POSTED ON December 21st  - POSTED IN Future Of Business

There’s no denying that content has become an important part of the enterprise. According to MarketingProfs and Content Marketing Institute: 88% of organizations use content marketing 32% say their strategy is sophisticated or mature 30% say they are effective at content marketing 32% have a documented strategy in place 44% say their content team meets […]

Why Prideful Employees Are Your Company’s Best Asset

POSTED ON December 10th  - POSTED IN Future Of Business

Unfortunately, loving your job isn’t a feeling that everyone gets to experience – even though it should be. In 2014, Career Builder reported that 59% of workers surveyed were generally dissatisfied in their job. It’s a disappointing statistic, but one that many companies are working hard to change. Although some companies are offering game-changing incentives […]