Mark Fidelman recently published a piece on Forbes entitled, “Microsoft’s View of the Future Workplace is Brilliant, Here’s Why“.
I’m not sure if Mark wrote the title or whether Forbes editors were in charge, but it really doesn’t do the post justice.
The second half of the piece is where the true brilliance is … if you’re someone like me who is passionate, fascinated and somewhat dogged about the future of work, and how it is made up of open leadership, enterprise 2.0 and connected learning.
I can say with confidence that the workplace has to change dramatically in order to remain effective.
From there, he outlines 10 key reasons why. You should have a read, it really is good stuff.
From my vantage point, (and what my book is trying to depict) our organizations are built on 19th century learning styles coupled by ... Read the article