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Skills for Mars is my passion project. It is a podcast about the future and also about now. It is about change, the new world of work and the skill set needed to have meaningful, impactful careers and lives.
From actually going to Mars and creating a new home there, to the uprising of the gig economy, esports and the gaming industry, AI and Blockchain, arts, genetics, environmental hacking and why not - pure surviving skills - we will touch on what it takes to make it out there.
Whether you are still in school, 40 or 60, a parent guiding their child, someone that wants to start a career or change it, a business or an HR Leader that wants to better understand the new world of work - Welcome to Skills for Mars!

Skills for Mars is also has a video format. For a more intimate experience, you can access the videos on YouTube here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsLBhSFdBVajW_BuaxLswEg?

As this is a commercial free podcast and it takes quite an effort to produce, your support is much appreciated!
If you have a free second, you can subscribe to the podcast via YouTube or on podcast players, share your preferred episode or clip with friends on Social Media, make comments, send suggestions – It will tell me that the content I am sharing is relevant for you.

To access the video podcast and subscribe for free to my YouTube channel – go to YouTube.Com, type in Skills for Mars and hit the subscribe button. Alternatively, you can go to my website iuliaistrate.com/skillsformars and click the YouTube - confirm your subscription button.

I would love to hear what you think and discuss your Future of Work ideas on the podcast, so please let me have your comments on YouTube, Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, Twitter

If you want to get access to more content such as Re:Thinking your Talent Approach, working with me or having me keynote your next event, you can visit my website at iuliaistrate.com or contact me via email: iulia@iuliaistrate.com

Skills for Mars Iulia Istrate

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Skills for Mars is my passion project. It is a podcast about the future and also about now. It is about change, the new world of work and the skill set needed to have meaningful, impactful careers and lives.
From actually going to Mars and creating a new home there, to the uprising of the gig economy, esports and the gaming industry, AI and Blockchain, arts, genetics, environmental hacking and why not - pure surviving skills - we will touch on what it takes to make it out there.
Whether you are still in school, 40 or 60, a parent guiding their child, someone that wants to start a career or change it, a business or an HR Leader that wants to better understand the new world of work - Welcome to Skills for Mars!

Skills for Mars is also has a video format. For a more intimate experience, you can access the videos on YouTube here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsLBhSFdBVajW_BuaxLswEg?

As this is a commercial free podcast and it takes quite an effort to produce, your support is much appreciated!
If you have a free second, you can subscribe to the podcast via YouTube or on podcast players, share your preferred episode or clip with friends on Social Media, make comments, send suggestions – It will tell me that the content I am sharing is relevant for you.

To access the video podcast and subscribe for free to my YouTube channel – go to YouTube.Com, type in Skills for Mars and hit the subscribe button. Alternatively, you can go to my website iuliaistrate.com/skillsformars and click the YouTube - confirm your subscription button.

I would love to hear what you think and discuss your Future of Work ideas on the podcast, so please let me have your comments on YouTube, Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, Twitter

If you want to get access to more content such as Re:Thinking your Talent Approach, working with me or having me keynote your next event, you can visit my website at iuliaistrate.com or contact me via email: iulia@iuliaistrate.com

    Making Remote Work #14 – Julien Clement (Stanford)

    Making Remote Work #14 – Julien Clement (Stanford)

    #skillsformars #remotework #futureofwork


    In this episode, we discuss remote from a different angle. We start with eSports and the learnings on remote from this newly booming industry. We then take a turn and discuss organizational design - hierarchies, agility, routines, change management, and designing employee interactions that lead to productivity and wellbeing when remote.


    Julien Clement (Assistant Professor - Stanford University) studies organization design and its impact on collaboration within and across organizations. He is generally interested in understanding the link between formal organizational structure and informal social relationships: how does an organization’s structure affect how its members form relationships and develop routines? How can it help them adapt these routines when environmental demands change? And when can organizations thrive without any formal structure?


    Julien investigates these issues through a ‘micro-analytic’ approach: rather than study organizations as broad aggregates, he starts by observing social interactions among individuals and tries to understand how organizational structure enables these interactions to aggregate into organizational outcomes. His work has relied on a variety of analytical methods (network analysis, agent-based models, big-data analytics) applied in a variety of contexts including the television game-show industry, professional videogaming (e-Sports) and mobile healthcare in Africa. Most recently, Julien started studying how the deployment of artificial intelligence inside organizations may affect collaboration and learning among their members.


    If you want to find out more about Julien's research or get in touch:


    https://scholar.google.fr/citations?user=ftMdQ9sAAAAJ&hl=en


    https://www.linkedin.com/in/julien-cl%C3%A9ment-4028b61a/


    MAKING REMOTE WORK - is a limited series led by the ORGANIZATIONAL DESIGN COMMUNITY and hosted by SKILLS FOR MARS. It is a public service video-podcast in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. It will host 20+ researchers and practitioners in the field of distributed work. They will share their insights and knowledge to support companies and employees who are making this transition.


    Subscribe to Skills for Mars: www.youtube.com/skillsformars


    Support the Skills for Mars podcast?


    https://www.skillsformars.com or https://www.patreon.com/skillsformars


    https://podhero.com/dashboard/show/474530/ (register, follow & support podcast)


    - LinkedIn @skills for mars


    - Facebook @skillsformars


    - Instagram @skillsformars


    - Twitter @skillsformars


    For more information on Iulia Istrate: https://www.iuliaistrate.com/home

    • 48 мин.
    Making Remote Work #13 – Greg Miller (Faethm)

    Making Remote Work #13 – Greg Miller (Faethm)

    #skillsformars #remotework #futureofwork


    Faethm is a globally unique AI platform that predicts the workforce impact of dynamic forces such as AI, Covid-19 and Robotics on current and future jobs.


    In this episode, I talk with Greg Miller, Executive Director of Faethm. We discuss the Covid-19 workforce study conducted together with MIT, the Evolution of Work for the jobs that are looking at higher levels of displacement due to AI & Robotics & the Future of Remote Work.


    If you want to find out more about Faethem, get in touch with Greg or read the Faethm-MIT Covid-19 workforce study:


    https://faethm.ai/


    https://www.linkedin.com/in/millergj/


    https://www.technologyreview.com/2020/04/30/1000888/covid-19-and-the-workforce-critical-workers-productivity-and-the-future-of-ai/


    MAKING REMOTE WORK - is a limited series led by the ORGANIZATIONAL DESIGN COMMUNITY and hosted by SKILLS FOR MARS. It is a public service video-podcast in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. It will host 20+ researchers and practitioners in the field of distributed work. They will share their insights and knowledge to support companies and employees who are making this transition.


    Subscribe to Skills for Mars: www.youtube.com/skillsformars


    Support the Skills for Mars podcast?


    https://www.skillsformars.com or https://www.patreon.com/skillsformars


    https://podhero.com/dashboard/show/474530/ (register, follow & support podcast)


    - LinkedIn @skills for mars


    - Facebook @skillsformars


    - Instagram @skillsformars


    - Twitter @skillsformars


    For more information on Iulia Istrate: https://www.iuliaistrate.com/home

    • 41 мин.
    Making Remote Work #12 – Liam Martin (TimeDoctor)

    Making Remote Work #12 – Liam Martin (TimeDoctor)

    #skillsformars #remotework #futureofwork


    On this episode, I am hosting Liam Martin, the co-founder of Time Doctor and the organizer of the Running Remote Conference. We look at remote with practitioner's eyes and dive into the economic advantages of remote work, the potential failures of Remote, setting compensation & benefits for remote teams, the advantages of hiring talent remotely, and much more.


    If you want to find out more about Liam, Running Remote or Time Doctor:


    https://www.linkedin.com/in/liammcivormartin/


    http://runningremote.com/ 


    https://timedoctor.com


    MAKING REMOTE WORK - is a limited series led by the ORGANIZATIONAL DESIGN COMMUNITY and hosted by SKILLS FOR MARS. It is a public service video-podcast in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. It will host 20+ researchers and practitioners in the field of distributed work. They will share their insights and knowledge to support companies and employees who are making this transition.


    Subscribe to Skills for Mars: www.youtube.com/skillsformars


    Support the Skills for Mars podcast?


    https://www.skillsformars.com or https://www.patreon.com/skillsformars


    https://podhero.com/dashboard/show/474530/ (register, follow & support podcast)


    - LinkedIn @skills for mars


    - Facebook @skillsformars


    - Instagram @skillsformars


    - Twitter @skillsformars


    For more information on Iulia Istrate: https://www.iuliaistrate.com/home

    • 43 мин.
    Making Remote Work #11 – Roderick Swaab (INSEAD)

    Making Remote Work #11 – Roderick Swaab (INSEAD)

    #skillsformars #remotework #futureofwork


    Roderick Swaab is an Associate Professor of Organisational Behaviour at INSEAD. His research examines the impact of communication structures on value creation in business negotiations and conflict resolution. He also studies the emergence of social hierarchies in teams and how these impact coordination, conflict, and performance. His research has produced interventions that improve negotiation, dispute resolution, and collaboration, and has been published in leading journals, such as the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Journal of Applied Psychology, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology and Psychological Science.


    MAKING REMOTE WORK - is a limited series led by the ORGANIZATIONAL DESIGN COMMUNITY and hosted by SKILLS FOR MARS. It is a public service video-podcast in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. It will host 20+ researchers and practitioners in the field of distributed work. They will share their insights and knowledge to support companies and employees who are making this transition.


    Subscribe to Skills for Mars: www.youtube.com/skillsformars


    Support the Skills for Mars podcast?


    https://www.skillsformars.com or https://www.patreon.com/skillsformars


    https://podhero.com/dashboard/show/474530/ (register, follow & support podcast)


    - LinkedIn @skills for mars


    - Facebook @skillsformars


    - Instagram @skillsformars


    - Twitter @skillsformars


    For more information on Iulia Istrate: https://www.iuliaistrate.com/home

    • 47 мин.
    Making Remote Work #10 – Mark van Vugt (VU)

    Making Remote Work #10 – Mark van Vugt (VU)

    #skillsformars #remotework #futureofwork


    What does Evolutionary Psychology teach us about Remote Work? Is our hunter-gatherer ancestry hindering us in virtual environments? How do we deal with crisis situations and what makes a good leader in such times? How will employees behave in the economic downturn that is looming?


    Join the engaging discussion with Professor Mark van Vugt on Making Remote Work!


    Mark van Vugt is Professor of Evolutionary Psychology, Work and Organizational Psychology at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, the Netherlands. He is also a Research Associate at the Department for Politics and International Relations, University of Oxford, UK. His expertise is in evolutionary perspectives on human social behavior and in applications of evolutionary psychology to fields such as leadership, business & management, economics, sustainability, health, politics, war & peace. 


    MAKING REMOTE WORK - is a limited series led by the ORGANIZATIONAL DESIGN COMMUNITY and hosted by SKILLS FOR MARS. It is a public service video-podcast in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. It will host 20+ researchers and practitioners in the field of distributed work. They will share their insights and knowledge to support companies and employees who are making this transition.


    Subscribe to Skills for Mars: www.youtube.com/skillsformars


    Support the Skills for Mars podcast?


    https://www.skillsformars.com or https://www.patreon.com/skillsformars


    https://podhero.com/dashboard/show/474530/ (register, follow & support podcast)


    - LinkedIn @skills for mars


    - Facebook @skillsformars


    - Instagram @skillsformars


    - Twitter @skillsformars


    For more information on Iulia Istrate: https://www.iuliaistrate.com/home

    • 48 мин.
    Making Remote Work #09 – Sumita Raghuram(SJSU)

    Making Remote Work #09 – Sumita Raghuram(SJSU)

    #skillsformars #remotework #futureofwork


    On this episode of "Making Remote Work," I am hosting one of the few people who have studied Remote Work from its early beginnings. We discuss the history of remote, individual differences in adapting to such settings, knowledge creation, organizational identification, and the future of remote work.


    Sumita Raghuram is the Alan and Lori Kessler Endowed Professor in Human Resource Management. Sumita received her Ph.D. from University of Minnesota in Human Resource Management. She then was a faculty member at Fordham University, New York and at Pennsylvania State University, Pennsylvania. With over 30 years of teaching and research experience, she teaches subject areas in Human Resource Management at SJSU. Her primary research areas are in virtual work, international human resource management and tech workers. Topics such as employee identity, employee turnover and engagement, well-being and impact of tech work on human resource management are of particular interest to her. She has published her research in journals such as the Academy of Management Annals, Organization Science, Journal of Management, Personnel Psychology and Journal of Organization Behavior. Sumita has also been a visiting faculty at international business schools such as Copenhagen Business School, Bologna Business School, and Indian School of Business.


    MAKING REMOTE WORK - is a limited series led by the ORGANIZATIONAL DESIGN COMMUNITY and hosted by SKILLS FOR MARS. It is a public service video-podcast in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. It will host 20+ researchers and practitioners in the field of distributed work. They will share their insights and knowledge to support companies and employees who are making this transition.


    Subscribe to Skills for Mars: www.youtube.com/skillsformars


    Support the Skills for Mars podcast?


    https://www.skillsformars.com or https://www.patreon.com/skillsformars


    https://podhero.com/dashboard/show/474530/ (register, follow & support podcast)


    - LinkedIn @skills for mars


    - Facebook @skillsformars


    - Instagram @skillsformars


    - Twitter @skillsformars


    For more information on Iulia Istrate: https://www.iuliaistrate.com/home

    • 39 мин.

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