Tuesday November 30, 2010 | The 2020 Workplace

November 22, 2010 at 11:55 am | Posted in Coming Up | 2 Comments

Our guest for today envisions the workplace in the next decade to be a place unrecognizable from its current incarnation, using workplace tools like “microfeedback” and methods like “reverse mentoring”, practices companies will need to use to remain relevant. We’ll talk about “The 2020 Workplace” and what some experts say is the future for the most innovative companies.

Jeanne Meister
– Co-author of The 2020 Workplace: How Innovative Companies Attract, Develop, and Keep Tomorrow’s Employees Today

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  1. What happens if the current trends continue? Unemployment is actually rising, but benefits are being exhausted. Wages and benefits are falling. Lower waged workers require more hours to make ends meet. The wage and wealth gap are at record highs and accelerating. Higher education is out of reach for most and becoming more expensive. Our institutions are losing legitimacy and we are becoming a second rate empire. We are violently divided politically and socially by media propaganda. One decade seems inadequate time to completely change our tragic ways. Out guests seem to be discussing the boom before the Meltdown, or maybe even before the dot.com bubble burst. Are their words only for a successful minority of corporate conformists?

  2. In the business world prejudice governs worker choices. If it were up to the peer group the good old boys will have a lock on seniority forever. People need someone with vision to take them out of their comfort zone. Your guests are idealist.

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