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Posted by on Dec 22, 2014 in Podcasts | 0 comments

#SMACtalk Episode 1: S.M.A.C. impact on the Future of Work

#SMACtalk Episode 1: S.M.A.C. impact on the Future of Work

Topics Covered:

Dependence on Technology

Sharing Economy

Daniels daughter adopted virtual chickens

AirBnB & Uber rethinking resources and lifestyles

IBM Social Business and Pure Matter Event in NYC #NewWayToWork

Futurist Faith Popcorn presentation

By 2020 50% of the workforce will be freelancers

One to many relationship between employee and companies they’re supporting.

Leverage Internet of Things and Devices to improve our way of life.

Big Data’s relationships with sensors and IoT devices.

Proximity Data

Elimination of Silo’s at work and at Home

Ability to work from Everywhere including working from home or work while at a kids event.

Millennial Mindset impact on life

“If our work becomes our play and our play is our work, why would you not love what you’re doing!”

Collaboration without limitations thanks to technology like Google Docs, Hangouts, Chat Clients, Social Business tools and more.

#CloudTalk (Thursday at Noon ET = Hangout + Twitter Chat) Hosted by Dan & Brian

Need for Swiss Army Skill Sets for new employees and the need for small business, startsup and enterprises to hire employees who are generalists.

Omni-Channel Marketing / Shopping / Relationships

No longer limited to hiring employees based on locations of the talent allowing a startup to compete for the same talent as an enterprise brand.

Rethinking and ReInventing industries

Data Center Companies moving from a real estate model and more about Cloud Computing technology and how you provide services and meet needs.

Digital Transformation

The transition of retail shopping and brick & mortar stores embracing digital and the need for brands to extend into digital space to create and grow communities and relationships.

Email or social can’t replace a Handshake

“Email and Social can’t replace a handshake, but done well it can turn a handshake into a hug!”

One to One Relationships Selling is what Omni Channel is done right!

Social Selling, shared data and Product shopping including reviews and community collaborations impact on the in store experience.

Technology and the Digital Economy is drastically impacting the way we work.

 

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