Oh, schon wieder 5 Jahre her, das ich hier mal was geschrieben habe? Na, da wird es ja mal wieder Zeit. Daher hier ein paar Lesetipps der letzten Wochen aus meiner „Read Later“-Rubrik auf Feedly:
MILLENNIALS ARE SCREWED – by Michael Hobbes
Why millennials are facing the scariest financial future of any generation since the Great Depression.
Post-work: the radical idea of a world without jobs – by Andy Beckett
Work is the master of the modern world. For most people, it is impossible to imagine society without it. It dominates and pervades everyday life. [..] “Hard-working families” are idealised by politicians. Friends pitch each other business ideas. Tech companies persuade their employees that round-the-clock work is play. [..] And yet work is not working, for ever more people, in ever more ways.
HR STRATEGIES FOR A CHANGING WORLD – by Rachel Howard
Baby boomers are slowly exiting the workforce, and the millennials are taking over. In 2017, an estimated 50% of employees were born between 1981 and 1997. As this new generation makes its mark, employers are faced with a new challenge.
OFFICIAL INTELLIGENCE – by Mary Poppendieck
Every morning I pick up a small black remote, push a button and quietly say, “Alexa, turn on Mary’s Desk.” In the distance, I hear “Ok” and my desk lights come on. I never imagined that I would use voice control. I don’t like shouting at devices and don’t like announcing what I’m doing to those around me. My experience with voice in cars and smartphones has been mediocre. An Echo sat in our house for three years before I began talking to it.
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