Over the last decade I have been relentlessly learning, growing, changing, and challenging. It is hard work, driven by the need to keep my skills fresh, and deal with an ever-changing technological and stakeholder landscape. Relentless means never-ending, incessant. It carries with … Continue reading Dis!Organize Ep. 79: Relentless Humanity.
Anyone following the state of the Canadian cannabis market will know that the whole industry is in a real squeeze right now: lack of capital; missed Year One targets in cultivation and revenue; slow roll-out of legal stores; uncertainty around … Continue reading Week 14: Substance
We all know Big Blue can beat anyone at chess, based on parsing billions of calculations and having a dedicated team of people at its side, soothing its fears and oiling its parts. We have seen the Japanese robots that can … Continue reading The Automaton Hordes Are Here! I Hope you Are #FutureOfWork Ready
The recent Deloitte Human Capital Trends 2013: Leading indicators report has some pretty juicy reflections on the coming Human Resources shitstorm as organizations try to deal with the changing workforce dynamic and narrative. The enterprise has to develop a new type of talent partner “that resides outside their four walls.” The report further argues that organizations need “alignment of the talent brand and corporate brand” and has the usual HR / business focus areas to consider: creating a value proposition, leveraging social media, ensuring employees can fully contribute, communicating properly etc. Nothing earth-shattering, but good, wholesome stuff, like a focus on engagement: “There’s a … Continue reading The Future of Work: Three Sides of the Same Coin