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Published on October 18, 2008

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An overview on a book about the future of work

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What’s it about? Why we are entering the single most transformative period of work in history Ways of working will change more in the next five years, than they have in the last 200 years People on demand Relationship and social capital as major sources of value creation The emergence of the support economy 40% UK households with single people by 2010 ‘ Hanging out’ in online social networks to cure professional and social loneliness Insight into doing business differently Brands still preach (broadcast), while consumers connect (in networks) Communities will emerge as 21 st century brands Trust as the killer app Engaging customers, one conversation at a time Online community How is it told? Personal story telling based on real life conversations PowerPoint & Chocolate Biscuits Powerless Leaders rule ok? Trust is the killer app Blended with market research & analysis The social software revolution The future of brands The future of work Winning by Sharing – The Book

What’s it about?

Why we are entering the single most transformative period of work in history

Ways of working will change more in the next five years, than they have in the last 200 years

People on demand

Relationship and social capital as major sources of value creation

The emergence of the support economy

40% UK households with single people by 2010

‘ Hanging out’ in online social networks to cure professional and social loneliness

Insight into doing business differently

Brands still preach (broadcast), while consumers connect (in networks)

Communities will emerge as 21 st century brands

Trust as the killer app

Engaging customers, one conversation at a time

Online community

How is it told?

Personal story telling based on real life conversations

PowerPoint & Chocolate Biscuits

Powerless Leaders rule ok?

Trust is the killer app

Blended with market research & analysis

The social software revolution

The future of brands

The future of work

Who’s the book for? Executives in transition Redundancy Stressed out Displaced call centre agents Off shoring phenomenon Entrepreneurs Portfolio workers Knowledge workers Micro-businesses (SMEs) Visionaries in large corporates Who are more willing to bet on the future than they do on the past Winning by Sharing – The Book

Who’s the book for?

Executives in transition

Redundancy

Stressed out

Displaced call centre agents

Off shoring phenomenon

Entrepreneurs

Portfolio workers

Knowledge workers

Micro-businesses (SMEs)

Visionaries in large corporates

Who are more willing to bet on the future than they do on the past

Core Message – The Future of Work has Arrived Careers are dead. Long live careers. Traditional job is killing people Over 1 million people on long term sickness Due to workplace stress ( Source: UK Work Foundation ) 80% of men and 71% of women are unhappy with the number of hours they work. (source: Economic and Social Research Council, 2001) 72% of managers are criticised by family and friends for overwork. (source: Institute of Management) Command & control organisation no longer effective Up to 70% of interactions inside large companies are totally unproductive (Source: Mckinsey & Co) Doing “PowerPoint & Chocolate Biscuits” Customers suffering from “work rage” Gallup 2001 surveyed 1.4 million workers via 100,000 divisions in North America and Europe: 17% found work satisfying 63% were not committed and actively looking elsewhere 20% were disenchanted, disaffected and often militant in expressing dissatisfaction One in five chance of interacting with pissed off staff Talent is being forced out of big companies

Careers are dead. Long live careers.

Traditional job is killing people

Over 1 million people on long term sickness

Due to workplace stress ( Source: UK Work Foundation )

80% of men and 71% of women are unhappy with the number of hours they work. (source: Economic and Social Research Council, 2001)

72% of managers are criticised by family and friends for overwork. (source: Institute of Management)

Command & control organisation no longer effective

Up to 70% of interactions inside large companies are totally unproductive (Source: Mckinsey & Co)

Doing “PowerPoint & Chocolate Biscuits”

Customers suffering from “work rage”

Gallup 2001 surveyed 1.4 million workers via 100,000 divisions in North America and Europe:

17% found work satisfying

63% were not committed and actively looking elsewhere

20% were disenchanted, disaffected and often militant in expressing dissatisfaction

One in five chance of interacting with pissed off staff

Talent is being forced out of big companies

Careers are dead. Long live careers. Outsourcing phenomenon More jobs going to India Call centres (Banks, insurance, IT) Even ‘knowledge work’ Bank research, PowerPoint Slides Teaching our children on the basis that a traditional career beckons We’re making a big mistake By 2010 India will have 60 million PhD graduates 60,000 hours of PowerPoint production in India @ £25.00 per hour $2 trillion of general admin work already outsourced IBM predicts all $19 trillion could be outsourced Massive changes in the curriculum required Collaboration & communications skills are key to thriving in the curriculum As companies start to adopt new ways of employing people As individuals get used to doing several, simultaneous jobs Core Message – The Future of Work has Arrived

Careers are dead. Long live careers.

Outsourcing phenomenon

More jobs going to India

Call centres (Banks, insurance, IT)

Even ‘knowledge work’

Bank research, PowerPoint Slides

Teaching our children on the basis that a traditional career beckons

We’re making a big mistake

By 2010 India will have 60 million PhD graduates

60,000 hours of PowerPoint production in India @ £25.00 per hour

$2 trillion of general admin work already outsourced

IBM predicts all $19 trillion could be outsourced

Massive changes in the curriculum required

Collaboration & communications skills are key to thriving in the curriculum

As companies start to adopt new ways of employing people

As individuals get used to doing several, simultaneous jobs

Careers are dead. Long live careers. Portfolio work on the rise 25 million small businesses in Europe Represent 99 % of all EU enterprises Over 90% micro-businesses (1-3 people) Employing more than 100 million people Guess what? They’re buying expertise worldwide They’re outsourcing too! Using online networks 200m portfolio workers world wide (Source Spherion) The unit of work is no longer a whole job HR stands for Hardly Relevant Most people will become portfolio workers Painful transition ahead for many of them Personal re-invention is difficult But will bring about disproportionate returns Better work/life balance Sustainability Sense of purpose - Spirituality Core Message – The Future of Work has Arrived

Careers are dead. Long live careers.

Portfolio work on the rise

25 million small businesses in Europe

Represent 99 % of all EU enterprises

Over 90% micro-businesses (1-3 people)

Employing more than 100 million people

Guess what? They’re buying expertise worldwide

They’re outsourcing too!

Using online networks

200m portfolio workers world wide (Source Spherion)

The unit of work is no longer a whole job

HR stands for Hardly Relevant

Most people will become portfolio workers

Painful transition ahead for many of them

Personal re-invention is difficult

But will bring about disproportionate returns

Better work/life balance

Sustainability

Sense of purpose - Spirituality

First publication from Business For Good Founded by Anna Pollock & L é on Benjamin Making a difference one enterprise at a time CREDO – we believe that global business has the money, power and moral obligation to make a significant positive difference in today’s troubled world RATIONALE – Business For Good is an expanding, global community of servant leaders with a diversity of backgrounds, skills and expertise who share this common CREDO and who have dedicated their professional lives to making a living by making a difference Call to action Contact [email_address] for more information about BFG’s seminars, workshops & advisory services Winning by Sharing – Published by Business For Good

First publication from Business For Good

Founded by Anna Pollock & L é on Benjamin

Making a difference one enterprise at a time

CREDO – we believe that global business has the money, power and moral obligation to make a significant positive difference in today’s troubled world

RATIONALE – Business For Good is an expanding, global community of servant leaders with a diversity of backgrounds, skills and expertise who share this common CREDO and who have dedicated their professional lives to making a living by making a difference

Call to action

Contact [email_address] for more information about BFG’s seminars, workshops & advisory services

Background Léon Benjamin has led Ecademy's community consulting practice since 2001 Successful online community implementations with the UK government (Department of Trade & Industry), Microsoft & BT Contributed to the growth of Ecademy's membership from 8,000 to 65,000 members The introduction of a successful, social software subscription based revenue model Four year dialogue with networks & brands Execs Portfolio workers Social Entrepreneurs Ecademy members Online networks worldwide Latest speaking engagements DTI/CBI Steering Committee - the future of work www.pslcbi.com ISP Conference on Outlining How Changing Work Patterns Create A New Type Of Customer www.iir-conferences.com African born – Freetown, Sierra Leone Italian mother Grew up in London & living in England Winning by Sharing – The Author

Background

Léon Benjamin has led Ecademy's community consulting practice since 2001

Successful online community implementations with the UK government (Department of Trade & Industry), Microsoft & BT

Contributed to the growth of Ecademy's membership from 8,000 to 65,000 members

The introduction of a successful, social software subscription based revenue model

Four year dialogue with networks & brands

Execs

Portfolio workers

Social Entrepreneurs

Ecademy members

Online networks worldwide

Latest speaking engagements

DTI/CBI Steering Committee - the future of work

www.pslcbi.com

ISP Conference on Outlining How Changing Work Patterns Create A New Type Of Customer

www.iir-conferences.com

African born – Freetown, Sierra Leone

Italian mother

Grew up in London & living in England

Contact Blog http://winningbysharing.typepad.com/ Book www.winningbysharing.net Author [email_address]

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