Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Roles in the Workplace of the Future

David Brooks sheds some light on the kinds of skills that the workforce of the future will need to be successful. As machines replace jobs like cashiers, phone operators, bank tellers, and more (see, skills of the future will involve more than number crunching or data processing. " It’s the kind of skill you use to overrule your GPS system when you’re driving in a familiar neighborhood but defer to it in strange surroundings." You can read more at

(courtesy Suzie Livingston)

Sunday, December 1, 2013

Experimentation Beyond Product Management and Marketing Analytics

HBR has an interesting article on how experimentation can be used at a company beyond the boundary of product management or marketing analytics. For example, Google applies this to its People Operations.

(courtesy Saeyoon Baik)