Co-founder at Podio. For several years Jon Froda has been researching the field of social software, specializing in strategies and tools that help organizations develop knowledge, lead and stay ahead of the market. At Podio Jon is involved with marketing, product development and customer service.
The Podio Future of Work movie21.07.11 Posted in Featured,Podio on Tour,The Future of Work by Jon Froda
We travelled the world to learn about the Future of Work. And we learned a lot! We want to share the highlights from our US panel sessions with you and the rest of the world. For the panels we got together thirteen world class thinkers within the field of work. In the movie each panelist reflects on the theme. Thank you Stowe Boyd for helping us put together the tour and moderate the panels.
What is your take on the Future of Work? let everyone know in the comments.
The panelists are covering many themes realted to the future of work. The adoption of social tools in the enterprise, the challenge of working from many locations, how the workplace is becomming ‘a thing you do rather than a place you go’, learning in networked organisations, peer recognition and game dynamics for motivation, distributed leadership, the cultural legacy of control and hierarchy, the follow your curiosity industry model, the open follower model for collaboration, the increasing merger of work and leisure time, and how social tools support cultural shifts towards more openness.
Thanks a lot to our panelists for taking your time to share you knowledge with us. In random order: Stowe Boyd, Jennifer Magnolfi, David Weinberger, Jamais Cascio, Marcia Conner, Amber Naslund, David Armano, Rachel Happe, Julian Bleecker, Valeria Maltoni, Dan Rasmus, and Sam Wick.
Thanks to Brantley Jones, for following us around the US and for putting together this video. Brantley has to be one of the most reflective, well articulated and funny guys in the movie industry. Good luck with your upcoming movie.
Read the full coverage about the tour here