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Some useful resources and thought-leaders on the future world of work

July 20, 2012 Dean van Leeuwen Future Trends, Newsletter, Reviews (books, websites, resources) 1 Comment

At TomorrowToday we are constantly scanning the horizon for new trends and disruptive forces. Here are some of the books and websites that will assist you in becoming fit for the future:



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  1. Maddie Grant says:

    If you like these, you might be interested in the book I wrote with Jamie Notter – Humanize: How People-centric Organizations Succeed in a Social World. It’s about how human-powered social media is clashing with our mechanical systems of management. We were lucky enough to attend the Mix Mashup conference, and everyone there was talking about the same themes we have in the book – how organizations need to be more open and decentralized, more transparent and trustworthy, more generative and creative, more networked, and have cultures that learn and evolve quickly.

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Professor Nick Barker, director of the Asia Pacific Leadership Program at the East-West Center in Hawaii, leadership development expert
Markus Kramer, marketing director for Aston Martin and brand building expert
Keith Holdt, Visionary Enabler of business growth and change, currently works for LDC as an investment executive.
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