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Gig economy: brave new world or poison chalice?

The rise of the gig economy needs to be good for society as well as profitable for organisations. For the full article please follow the link below:

https://lnkd.in/dSSBZr5
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Employee engagement is business critical: response to the Twitter spat

PS Contributor Rob Briner touched a nerve when he questioned the value of employee engagement in an article on The People Space following a spat on Twitter. Jane Sunley responded on Twitter and now she argues why she believes employee engagement is the game changer for business.

https://www.thepeoplespace.com/ideas/articles/employee-engagement-business-critical-response-twitter-spat
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The future of work is a choice but business needs to step up and be brave

If people want a meaningful and empowered future in an automated world, rather than the dystopian future often painted, then they have to claim it. But is business ready for this seismic shift and will it choose to put humans and society first?

https://www.thepeoplespace.com/brand/articles/future-work-choice-business-needs-step-and-be-brave
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Increase your value as a people leader

People Space Leaders is a membership network focused on value creation through people in today’s fast-paced, digitally disruptive and transformative business environment.

Where we differ from others is that we provide quality, lifelong learning in today’s age of information overload by curating content and learning based on our members’ experiences and needs, and through testing concepts with them. We facilitate the sharing of knowledge through co-creating content with members.

For more information please follow the link below:
https://www.thepeoplespace.com/leaders/apply
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Five attributes of the most transformational leaders

Innovation and growth consultancy Innosight produces The Transformation 10: the 10 global companies that have achieved the highest impact business transformations over the past 10 years. Its research finds that top transformational leaders have five attributes in common.

For the full story please follow the link below:
https://www.thepeoplespace.com/ideas/articles/five-attributes-most-transformational-leaders
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Podcast: Why do Scandinavian firms punch above their weight?

Wayne Gwyilm believes equality is at the root of the success of Scandinavian companies
https://www.thepeoplespace.com/practice/audio/podcast-why-do-scandinavian-firms-punch-above-their-weight
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Digital transformation at RHP aims to transform the world of social housing

RHP aims to turn the world of landlord management upside down by using new technology to deliver great customer experience at much lower cost than traditional approaches. But it took chief executive David Done time to realise that putting employees at the heart of the business would be instrumental to the organisation’s long-term success.

For the full article please follow the link below:
https://www.thepeoplespace.com/practice/articles/digital-transformation-rhp-aims-transform-world-social-housing
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Seven strategies for managing culture change

What is corporate culture? Can we define, observe and measure it? And if it exists, can it be easily or ever changed? Here are seven classic strategies for changing an organisation's culture https://www.thepeoplespace.com/ideas/articles/seven-strategies-managing-culture-change

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The paradox of retaining talent: to keep talent, make it marketable

In a free market employees' 'value' is determined by their capabilities. But if you are increasing your salaries to keep talent you are focusing on price, not value. Instead, make talent marketable.

For the full article please follow the link below:
https://www.thepeoplespace.com/ideas/articles/paradox-retaining-talent-keep-talent-make-it-marketable
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Two years ago in July Japanese travel and hospitality group HIS opened the world’s first robot-staffed hotel and it is now planning to export the concept. So will hospitality still need the human touch or are more robotic hotels on the way?

For the full article please follow the link below:
https://www.thepeoplespace.com/practice/articles/i-need-neither-holiday-nor-do-i-complain-%E2%80%93-are-robots-future-hospitality
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