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#ParticipationSignal - Issue #21

May 6 · Issue #21 · View online
How Technology Can Help Solve Societal Problems
Can We Design the Future We Want?
Why Talent Is Fleeing Big CPG Brands
The next generation of jobs won’t be made up of professions
Consultancies Are Shaking Up the Marketing Industry
Business is Changing. Again.
The Error at the Heart of Corporate Leadership
API of WE: What matters, what's possible, and what's important.
On 3 May, 2017 at CIID: Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design, Steve Jennings from Better Participation Group shared some thoughts about how we have arrived at now, what the past can tell us about the future, and how we can thrive in a rapidly changing and unpredictable world. The title of the talk was ‘API of WE’. You can view the entire presentation here:
Featured Podcast
Susan David - What To Do When You're Deeply Stuck In Your Job and Asking, "How Did I Get Here?"
What We're Watching
The future we're building -- and boring | Elon Musk, TEDTalk 2017
What Caught Our Eye
It starts with women being radically generous with each other.
Acts Of Radical Generosity
Imagine a world where…
Winner doesn’t take all
Abundance is the norm
Resources are used wisely
Business is a vehicle to have a thriving life
Young girls honour their dreams and women are supported in the manifestation of their dreams
Economies create thriving communities
We can create a world that is affirming for everyone
What We're Reading
Seeking a paradigm for job searching in a gig economy.
The employment contract and what it means to be a worker in general have changed. Workers are living anxious, unstable lives in which they are told they must shoulder most of the responsibility for changes in today’s economy….Instead of company loyalty, you are now expected to feel passion for your vocation and to be driven to prioritize work over all other obligations.
Better Wisdom
Until one is committed - William Hutchison Murray
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