Thoughts on Relationships, Work, and Challenging Times

What was your vision when you started off in the digital marketing world? I can’t say I had a vision… I was looking for something new with a lot of potential. When I discovered the emerging digital world, I was fortunate enough to see what was coming. Truth be told I can’t really take theContinue reading “Thoughts on Relationships, Work, and Challenging Times”

The future of work will be more remote, digital, healthier and safer: Dan Schawbel, Workplace Intelligence

Dan Schawbel is an expert on the future of work and virtual workplaces and author of Back to Human. As the managing partner at Workplace Intelligence, an HR research and consulting firm, he discusses the best practices to lead and manage virtual teams. – via @akwyzhttp://dlvr.it/RXQrZL

Face Time and the Unspoken Bias Behind Nontraditional Work Cultures – UC Davis Graduate School of Management

UC Davis Graduate School of Management Face Time and the Unspoken Bias Behind Nontraditional Work Cultures Jan 23, 2013 Kimberly D. Elsbach Kimberly Elsbach Professor Kimberly Elsbach conducts research on the acquisition and maintenance of organizational images, identities and reputations. She teaches negotiation skills in competitive business environments. Elsbach has published extensively on organizational reputationsContinue reading “Face Time and the Unspoken Bias Behind Nontraditional Work Cultures – UC Davis Graduate School of Management”

How artificial intelligence can save journalism

Patrick White, Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM) The economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic has caused an unprecedented crisis in journalism that could decimate media organizations around the world. The future of journalism — and its survival — could lie in artificial intelligence (AI). AI refers “to intelligent machines that learn from experience andContinue reading “How artificial intelligence can save journalism”

What We Can Learn From Coziness Culture About the Art of Staying Home

Winters in Calgary, Canada, can be long, lasting anywhere between six to eight months. They can be brutal, too, with extreme storms and temperatures that can shut down entire parts of the city. So in mid-March, when local artists Caitlind Brown and Wayne Garrett voluntarily quarantined themselves for two weeks after returning from Germany, theContinue reading “What We Can Learn From Coziness Culture About the Art of Staying Home”

The ‘New Normal’ for Many Older Adults Is on the Internet

The last real disaster Bonnie Weiss lived through was San Francisco’s 1989 earthquake. Even watching a piece of chimney break through her living room window didn’t prepare her to live alone during a global pandemic, she says. Weiss is nearing 80 years old and has no children. Source: The ‘New Normal’ for Many Older AdultsContinue reading “The ‘New Normal’ for Many Older Adults Is on the Internet”