Re-imagining work: shifts in the digital revolution

Tuesday, 09 April 2013 17:24

Just back from Dave Coplin's excellent lecture at the RSA. Went along almost out of a sense of duty, keeping up with the trends. It turned out to be a lively and thought-provoking hour. Dave Coplin is the Chief Envisioning Officer of Microsoft and made many telling points. Sample: now a lot of people have better (more sophisticated) technology at home than they have at the office....

why are we still using the QWERTY keyboard which now a mere 142 years old and was designed to slow things down?.....there is a new culture of collaboration in people's private, non-work lives (for example, Facebook, Twitter) which is in contrast to the separateness and formality of many work organisations....The full lecture will be in a podcast on the RSA website: worth a look.

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