Iceland’s Pirate Party looks likely to take the country’s general election on Oct. 29 — Quartz

A win by the rogue band of radicals would be astonishing.

Source: Iceland’s Pirate Party looks likely to take the country’s general election on Oct. 29 — Quartz

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Let’s talk about #PresentOfWork

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“Books about the future of work make the same mistake : they fail to look back at the history of work or more precisely the history of books about the future of work and how wrong they were.” (Scott Berkun – The Year Without Pants).

Interested in management and the impact of the advent of digital in the our life, I am largely exposed to many thought leaders and fellow professionals discussing about one perceived intersection between both : the future of work. Great hopes are discussed (let’s do X, it will be so much nicer afterwards), radical positions are taken (let’s get rid of managers), some arguably dystopian visions are delivered (holocracy) and dangerous promises are made (innovative socio-technological solutions will solve your organisation problems).

In all fairness, I fully understand the seduction of intellectual projections, I have been…

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