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How do you change your job without changing jobs?

If you take parts of your work and reconfigure it, you’ll end up with a more meaningful job to better suit your talent and interests. Employees could map out ways to make their jobs more meaningful, and it can make them happier and more effective.
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A new organizational 
paradigm sees companies increasingly defined as “Network orchestrators”. The skills and resources they can connect
 to, through activities like crowdsourcing, become more important than the skills and resources they own.

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Also Known as Unsourcing. Not only having your employees work for you. Your customer may also provide solutions, services or ideas. Get a tiny job, earn a tiny payment. Repeat. Your consumers can be also your workforce doing tiny tasks.

 

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Reductionism. In a world dominated by ‘mega-choice’, we are moving towards ‘nega-choice’ (or negative choice). 

It’s active reductionism at work. People no longer want to choose from 20 different types of options…

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Single is the new black. Among all connections, “singledom” is also an aspiration. Singularity, dear singularity! We want to be connected, but we also want to be alone. We want to be different and we need our own space.

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A rising position within the area of markeing and sales.

Sean Ellis, coined the term “growth hacker” in 2010, he was the first person in charge of Dropbox’s growth. He understood what is new about internet products. Growth hackers understand the latent potential of software products to spread themselves, and it’s their responsibility to transform this potentiality into a reality.

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Inclusive thinking means considering other possibilities and points of view before taking action.  Two people can look quite different, but think similarly; and two people can look alike (ethnicity, gender, age, etc.) and think differently.  

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Ability, tools and techniques to discriminate and filter information for importance.

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"Think big. Start small. Scale Fast."

Lean startup philosophy helps Start-Ups to move faster.

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