Have you heard the expression: “Do what you love and the money will follow”? Sounds inviting. But this particular folk wisdom calls for some serious rethinking. Perhaps what you love is so specialized or so ahead of its time, that no one knows what it is, let alone why they should pay you for it. Many […]
What makes for a great workplace?
Even the solitary worker needs to design their workplace in a coherent, effective way to support their work. Eventually, our work intersects with other people who become our clients, staff, sponsors, managers, directors, co-workers, or competitors. The dimensions of work from agriculture, silvaculture and resource extraction, to industrial, transportation, communication and digital services, from performing arts to scientific laboratories and the arts of social governance – all these dimensions keep on rapidly evolving while generating a mismatch of productivity-economy-satisfaction.
Does anyone know how to make this “work”? (Pardon the pun)
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