60 episodes

As technology is getting smarter and jobs/work today requires more thinking and collaborations, the work is getting redefined. This podcast will take a deeper dive into those conversation that impacts any/every working professional. We will invite guests who are leading top organizations, redefining the future of work, defining the jobs of future and preparing organizations for the Work 2.0 that is already here. So, if your job demands thinking, collaboration and growth mindset, this podcast will help you stay strong and grow at work.

#JobsOfFuture (Previously called #JobsOfFuture Leadership Podcast)

Work 2.0 | Discussing Future of Work, Next at Job and Success in Future Vishal Kumar, TAO.ai with Changemakers, Leaders, Experts & Rockstars

    • Business

As technology is getting smarter and jobs/work today requires more thinking and collaborations, the work is getting redefined. This podcast will take a deeper dive into those conversation that impacts any/every working professional. We will invite guests who are leading top organizations, redefining the future of work, defining the jobs of future and preparing organizations for the Work 2.0 that is already here. So, if your job demands thinking, collaboration and growth mindset, this podcast will help you stay strong and grow at work.

#JobsOfFuture (Previously called #JobsOfFuture Leadership Podcast)

    Eric McNulty (@richer_earth) on leading the future in crises on Work 2.0 Podcast

    Eric McNulty (@richer_earth) on leading the future in crises on Work 2.0 Podcast

    Eric McNulty (@richer_earth) on leading the future in crises on Work 2.0 Podcast #FutureofWork #Work2dot0 #Podcast

    In this podcast Eric McNulty (@richer_earth) discussed importance of listening as a leader and shared some views on how businesses and government bodies could handle crises. This is a great conversation on crises management. A must recommend for leaders who work in forefront and had to deal with the crises management.

    Eric's Recommended Read:
    Lincoln on Leadership: Executive Strategies for Tough Times by Donald T. Phillips https://amzn.to/2K0h18Q

    Podcast Link:
    iTunes: http://math.im/jofitunes
    Youtube: http://math.im/jofyoutube

    Eric's BIO:
    ERIC J. MCNULTY, MA, serves as associate director for the National Preparedness Leadership Initiative and the Harvard T. H. Chan Program for Health Care Negotiation and Conflict Resolution, and is also an instructor at the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health. A contributing editor and columnist at Strategy+Business magazine, he has written for Harvard Business Review, among many noted publications and websites. He is the coauthor of the second edition of Renegotiating Health Care: Resolving Conflict to Build Collaboration.

    About #Podcast:
    Work 2.0 Podcast is created to spark the conversation around the future of work, worker and workplace. This podcast invite movers and shakers in the industry who are shaping or helping us understand the transformation in work.

    Wanna Join?
    If you or any you know wants to join in,
    Register your interest by emailing: info@analyticsweek.com

    Want to sponsor?
    Email us @ info@analyticsweek.com

    Keywords:
    Work 2.0 Podcast,

    #FutureOfWork,

    #FutureOfWorker,

    #FutureOfWorkplace,

    #Work,

    #Worker,

    #Workplace,

    • 1 hr 10 min
    Discussing how we make stuff now? with @Julespieri

    Discussing how we make stuff now? with @Julespieri

    Discussing how we make stuff now? with @Julespieri Work 2.0 Podcast #FutureofWork #Work2dot0 #Podcast

    In this podcast Jules Pieri talks about her book on "How we make stuff now". She shares some of the best practices as shared by many creators and their manufacturing journey. This conversation is great for anyone looking to see how a creative designers and creators could leverage this new reality of manufacturing revolution.

    Jules's Recommended Read:
    The Opposable Mind: How Successful Leaders Win Through Integrative Thinking by Roger L. Martin https://amzn.to/2WdSZ41
    Founders at Work: Stories of Startups' Early Days 1st Corrected ed., Corr. by Jessica Livingston https://amzn.to/2Q7l2wm
    Radical Candor: Be a Kick-Ass Boss Without Losing Your Humanity by Kim Scott https://amzn.to/2w2DcWS

    Jules Book:
    How We Make Stuff Now: Turn Ideas into Products That Build Successful Businesses by Jules Pieri https://amzn.to/2Ecu0Ui

    Podcast Link:
    iTunes: http://math.im/jofitunes
    Youtube: http://math.im/jofyoutube

    Jules's BIO:
    Jules Pieri is Co-founder & CEO of The Grommet, a site that has launched more than 3,000 innovative consumer products since 2008. The company's Citizen Commerce™ movement is reshaping how products are discovered, shared, and bought.

    Jules started her career as an industrial designer for technology companies and was an executive at Keds, Stride Rite, and Playskool. The Grommet is her third startup, following roles as VP at Continuum and President of Ziggs. In 2017, Ace Hardware acquired a majority stake in The Grommet.

    She was named one of Fortune's Most Powerful Women Entrepreneurs in 2013 and one of Goldman Sachs' 100 Most Interesting Entrepreneurs in 2014. She is an Entrepreneur in Residence Emeritus at Harvard Business School and an investing partner at XFactor Ventures.

    About #Podcast:
    Work 2.0 Podcast is created to spark the conversation around the future of work, worker and workplace. This podcast invite movers and shakers in the industry who are shaping or helping us understand the transformation in work.

    Wanna Join?
    If you or any you know wants to join in,
    Register your interest by emailing: info@analyticsweek.com

    Want to sponsor?
    Email us @ info@analyticsweek.com

    Keywords:
    Work 2.0 Podcast,

    #FutureOfWork,

    #FutureOfWorker,

    #FutureOfWorkplace,

    #Work,

    #Worker,

    #Workplace,

    • 59 min
    Tim Kelley on Building an Organization with a Purpose

    Tim Kelley on Building an Organization with a Purpose

    In this podcast, Tim Kelley discussed the importance of building an organization with the purpose. He shared some of the time tested and data-driven approaches to building an organization with a goal. He shared why a purpose-driven organization outperforms and outlasts traditional organizations. He shared some tactics that leaders could adopt today to convert their organization to purpose-driven. Session is a great watch for aspiring leaders preparing a team that plays a significant role in defining jobs of the future.

    Tim's Book Read:
    True Purpose: 12 Strategies for Discovering the Difference You Are Meant to Make Perfect by Tim Kelley https://amzn.to/2T5TZ4k

    Podcast Link:
    iTunes: http://math.im/jofitunes
    Youtube: http://math.im/jofyoutube

    Tim's BIO:
    Tim Kelley is a global change agent and internationally renowned expert on new paradigm systems and methods. He works with top leaders in many fields and countries to transform and evolve organizations, markets, and industries. His client list includes top leaders and executive teams from such companies as Alibaba, ING, Oracle, Nabisco, and Price Waterhouse Coopers, as well as government ministers, presidential candidates, and leaders of international NGOs.

    Tim has trained over 1000 consultants, therapists, and coaches in his methods. He is the author of True Purpose and the best-selling co-author of three other books. His methodologies have been featured internationally in magazines, newspapers, and on television.

    Tim has commanded military organizations, including an amphibious assault craft unit, and is a retired Naval Reserve officer. He holds a bachelor’s degree in mathematics from MIT.


    About #Podcast:
    #JobsOfFuture is created to spark the conversation around the future of work, worker, and workplace. This podcast invite movers and shakers in the industry who are shaping or helping us understand the transformation in work.

    Wanna Join?
    If you or any you know wants to join in,
    Register your interest by emailing: info@analyticsweek.com

    Want to sponsor?
    Email us @ info@analyticsweek.com

    Keywords:
    #JobsOfFuture,

    #FutureOfWork,

    #FutureOfWorker,

    #FutureOfWorkplace,

    #Work,

    #Worker,

    #Workplace,

    • 1 hr
    Richard Taylor (@Nasdaq) on creating #Employee #experience for #FutureOfWork #Work2dot0 #Podcast

    Richard Taylor (@Nasdaq) on creating #Employee #experience for #FutureOfWork #Work2dot0 #Podcast

    Richard Taylor (@Nasdaq) on creating #Employee #experience for #FutureOfWork #Work2dot0 #Podcast

    In this podcast Richard Taylor sheds light on the importance of employee experience and what some of the things companies could do to ensure empowered workers could take the companies to the future. He sheds some of the insights crucial for HR executives to create a culture of collaboration, growth and empowerments. This is a must podcast for anyone looking to understand the fabric of growth mindset HR practice to grow the workforce into the future of work..

    Podcast Link:
    iTunes: http://math.im/jofitunes
    Youtube: http://math.im/jofyoutube

    Richard's BIO:
    Richard Taylor is the VP of Employee Experience at Nasdaq, where he’s helping to transform people’s relationship with work by re-imagining everything from values & culture, leadership, recognition, careers, to even the day-to-day work envirinment, processes and tools. Prior to Nasdaq, Rich has held leadership roles at Palo Alto Networks, LinkedIn, Applied Materoals, Reuters, and several startups.

    About #Podcast:
    Work 2.0 Podcast is created to spark the conversation around the future of work, worker and workplace. This podcast invite movers and shakers in the industry who are shaping or helping us understand the transformation in work.

    Wanna Join?
    If you or any you know wants to join in,
    Register your interest by emailing: info@analyticsweek.com

    Want to sponsor?
    Email us @ info@analyticsweek.com

    Keywords:
    Work 2.0 Podcast,

    #FutureOfWork,

    #FutureOfWorker,

    #FutureOfWorkplace,

    #Work,

    #Worker,

    #Workplace,

    • 56 min
    Building business with emerging workforce

    Building business with emerging workforce

    In this podcast Alexandra Levit discussed the fabric of organizations that are ready for emerging workforce. She sheds light into challenges and opportunities with organizations who are not yet future ready. She shares some mindset changes that leads to people centric transformation. This is a great podcast for anyone looking into organizationals opportunities for the emerging workforce.

    Alexandra's Recommended Read:
    How to Win Friends & Influence People by Dale Carnegie https://amzn.to/2U17ruN
    The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen R. Covey https://amzn.to/2UU9D4N
    Back to Human: How Great Leaders Create Connection in the Age of Isolation by Dan Schawbel https://amzn.to/2ui3CTI
    The Second Machine Age: Work, Progress, and Prosperity in a Time of Brilliant Technologies by Erik Brynjolfsson, Andrew McAfee https://amzn.to/2CwngQu

    Alexandra's Book:
    Humanity Works: Merging Technologies and People for the Workforce of the Future by Alexandra Levit https://amzn.to/2CA4gAp
    They Don't Teach Corporate in College, 3rd Edition: A Twenty-Something's Guide to the Business World by Alexandra Levit https://amzn.to/2HCG4S6

    Podcast Link:
    iTunes: http://math.im/wpitunes
    Youtube: http://math.im/wpyoutube

    Alexandra's BIO:
    Alexandra Levit is Business & Workplace Author and working with PeopleResults, Her goal is to prepare organizations and their employees to be competitive and marketable in the future business world. A former nationally syndicated columnist for the Wall Street Journal and writer for the New York Times, Fast Company, and Forbes, Alexandra has authored several books, including the international bestseller They Don’t Teach Corporate in College and Humanity Works: Merging People and Technologies for the Workforce of the Future.

    About #Podcast:
    Work 2.0 Podcast is created to spark the conversation around the future of work, worker and workplace. This podcast invite movers and shakers in the industry who are shaping or helping us understand the transformation in work.

    Wanna Join?
    If you or any you know wants to join in,
    Register your interest by emailing: info@analyticsweek.com

    Want to sponsor?
    Email us @ info@analyticsweek.com

    Keywords:
    Work 2.0 Podcast,

    #FutureOfWork,

    #FutureOfWorker,

    #FutureOfWorkplace,

    #Work,

    #Worker,

    #Workplace,
    Alexandra Levit (@alevit) on Building Organizations for Workforce of the Future @Work2dot0 Podcast #FutureofWork #JobsOfFuture #Podcast

    • 56 min
    The best way to fix inefficiencies in business

    The best way to fix inefficiencies in business

    #Episode55: Best way to fix inefficiencies in the business? Understand maturity #OrgTips
    Read more: http://work2.org/podcast/episode55-best-way-to-fix-inefficiencies-in-the-business-understand-maturity-orgtips

    Transcript:

    The best way to fix efficiency in your business. But before that, welcome to Work.2dot0. In this episode we talk about how talents and odds are meeting the future of work. We share the insights that we acquired from our working with organizations through our tools TAO. And we bring those insights right to you so we all could learn and have a conversation about the futures. So today we talk about something very, very interesting. Almost every business that we talk to, we interact with is facing this particular problem. So whether you are an analog business trying to go digital, whether you are creating a very big digital initiative within your company, whether you are embracing data and analytics practices to improve efficiency. Whether you are thinking about automation, whether you are thinking one telling about outsourcing. So one thing that is crippling all of us, if we are in that decision making process is.

    What is the most efficient way to make our business efficient without spending or without breaking the banks? This thought is almost everyone we talked to, they have one or the other perspective on this. But almost every one consistently is panicking on whether. And we are seeing that many businesses are rushing to the decision. Because of the anxiety that really comes out of their immediate leadership to either cut down on the cost or deliver more value. Or maintain a healthy ratio of value and cost. So almost all of us are facing that particular problem. So now one of the most efficient ways that we think is an answer to this particular problem understands the maturity of an organization. So it is very, very critical for businesses to really understand where they stand, when it comes to their understanding of their maturity. So you come to an organization, you talk to them being an outsider.

    When we talk to businesses, we have, because of our interaction with a lot of businesses today we have a very outside vantage point on how many of these businesses are thinking. So when we talk to a business, we come up with say, a bunch of strategies that businesses could execute on. But that really means nothing to the business. Because business works and grooms and they grow on their own culture. Now the biggest problem is how culture really connects with these strategies that anyone can execute to solve that problem. So number one that businesses need to do is understand the maturity. And what do you not get if you don't get to maturity. So may be overspending on certain bracket of your business because this particular technique works somewhere.

    Read more: http://work2.org/podcast/episode55-best-way-to-fix-inefficiencies-in-the-business-understand-maturity-orgtips

    • 9 min

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