Tag: How we will WORK Filter Filter by All Automation Blog Creativity Data E-Commerce Future Innovation Leadership Management Media Metaverse Purpose Sustainability Trends Videos close Tech’s big small problem – for all of us By Adam Tinworth What's the line between being able to work anywhere, and having to work all the time? Do we need to fight for the right to disconnect or should your devices help us? Topsy is the latest to face the sunset of the apps By Adam Tinworth Apple suddenly killed Topsy - two years after acquiring it. Can we rely on acquired apps when so many are sunsetted? How we will work…without a desk?!? By Adam Tinworth Are you ready to give up your laptop? You need to be - because Marriott hotels are no longer catering for the laptop user… iPad Pro on sale: Apple’s gamble on the future of work begins By Adam Tinworth Apple tries to predict the future with its device - and it sees the iPad Pro as the future of productivity for the mobile native generation We’re ignoring the science of working – and it’s killing us By Adam Tinworth The more research we do, the more evident it becomes that we aren't working right. What will make us listen? New ways of working, new ways of getting paid? By Adam Tinworth If the way we work fundamentally changes - should we change the way we pay people, too? Loïc LeMeur thinks we are working on outdated models of compensation. Finding Productivity By Juliane Hennig Mobile working boosts productivity say almost 70 percent of knowledge workers according to a survey conducted at NEXT15. Find out more on how we (will) work Be human, be thoughtful, be better – the themes of #NEXT15 By Adam Tinworth The next wave of technological change is likely to be more profound than we expect - so we need to take responsibility for it. That was the message of NEXT15 Apple’s TV and iPad Pro: how we will work – and relax By Adam Tinworth Another Apple event, another peek into the way we will live - and the future of entertainment. And, just possibly, the future of work. Learning to Love Productivity – From Information to Knowledge Work By Thorsten Hübschen We need to reinvent the way we work and redefine productivity by matching the variables technology, time, man and space. Guest post by Thorsten Hübschen.