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  • Workplace Redesign: Insights from John Hagel
    View the SXSW video session with John Hagel and discover why design thinking should be applied to work environments.
  • Federal CFO: Using the cloud to address talent challenges
    John Hagel and Bill Eggers discuss rapidly changing talent needs in this CFO Journal article.
  • How CIOs can influence corporate performance
    How can CIOs help improve corporate performance? John Hagel and John Seely Brown discuss in this CIO Journal article.
  • The grand opportunity for learning practitioners
    The future of learning and the unique opportunity for Chief Learning Officers to lead the way.
  • In the news
    Recent media coverage.
  • How to deepen customer loyalty: Be transparent
    Companies should expose their vulnerabilities and own up to their mistakes.
  • You've found the passionate? Now what?
    Supporting the learning of the passionate is the other half of the equation.
  • Workplace Redesign: The big shift from efficiency
    As individuals and organizations experience the increasing pressures of the Big Shift, where better to do creative and revolutionary things than in our workplaces?
  • How CFOs can make social software work for their companies
    John Hagel addresses how companies can leverage social software to enhance business performance in this CFO Journal Q&A.
  • Live from SxSW: John Hagel on workplace redesign
    John Hagel discusses the implications and elements of work environment redesign.
  • A movement in the making: CFO Journal weekend reading
    It is tempting to dismiss the maker movement as a fad. Read why you need to be aware of this important movement.
  • A business movement focused on the little guy
    Makers build and create a growing array of things -- everything from robots and drones to shoes and jewelry. John Hagel and John Seely Brown share their perspective in this Fortune article.
  • Learning to learn (and unlearn) through play
    John Hagel explains in this Essayist blog how learners can help themselves and their organizations.
  • Companies' most neglected resource for success
    John Hagel and John Seely Brown discussed the most overlooked network in this Fortune article.
  • Here’s how to keep the robots from stealing our jobs
    John Hagel explains the concept of “race against the machine” in this Wired article.
  • What do you know? Creating environments that fosters learning and improvement
    Eric Openshaw and John Hagel discuss how to use technology to enhance learning of the workforce in this Financial Times article.
  • How HR can use work environment redesign to cultivate worker passion and solve business challenges
    HR Times blog by Tamara Samoylova and Matt Frost.
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