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Unlearning – the new survival skill

Printable version of Post What is ‘unlearning’? Unlearning – what a counterintuitive term!  It just sounds “wrong” – right? Well, even if it sounds weird, we will find it in the dictionary (Macmillan, Oxford, etc.) – it means “to change the way that you have learned to think or do things, usually because that way … Continue reading »

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Change, Vision, and Leadership

Singapore – From Third World to First. I have borrowed the words above from the title of the book by Lee Kuan Yew.  Lee was the first Prime Minister of the Republic of Singapore (1965-1990). When I lived in Singapore during the mid-1970s, while some parts of the city were very modern, most of the … Continue reading »

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Change – some important points to note

My previous post was about Change – the office of the future, based on a recent report by a New York research company called PSFK Labs.  Some of  the five main takeaways in the report are already becoming a regular part of the modern workplace, e.g. ‘talent on demand’, and ‘success through collaboration’. Overall, most … Continue reading »

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Change – the office of the future

One of the most significant changes to the workplace in recent times came with the advent of the iPhone (June 2007).  Mobile computing had arrived – the floodgates were being opened for wholesale changes in workplaces everywhere! Then during 2010 came the iPad, plus several other lightweight tablet devices, bringing the next wave of revolutionary … Continue reading »

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