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Demain, tous les cadres seront-ils nomades? | Charles-Edouard Bouée. 7 Creative Office Designs to Get You Inspired for 2016. Coming soon to an office near you These are the smart, striking design elements you can expect to see more of in cutting-edge companies' workspaces. 1. Bigger kitchens Look for larger kitchen areas with open layouts, like this one at London-based juice and smoothie company Innocent Drinks. IMAGE: Innocent Drinks 2. Unconventional meeting spaces Private booths and other innovative workspaces are increasingly popular for one-on-one collaboration. IMAGE: Homepolish 3.

The fishbowl concept is expanding beyond just the corner office. IMAGE: Squarespace 4. Co-working space company NeueHouse is one of many businesses that have traded the conference room for the wide-open amphitheater-style meeting area. IMAGE: NeueHouse 5. Google isn't the only company encouraging its employees to take a midday climb. IMAGE: Trivago 6. Office furniture company Steelcase designs comfortable micro-environments for workers. IMAGE: Steelcase 7. IMAGE: Hakuhodo. The new way of working. Companies with a modern mindset often offer their employees a maximum of authonomy. Mobile working is the key, technology is the enabler and responsibility is the watchword.

That results in increased motivation and productivity. But how do you get started? Employees that are productive anytime and anywhere? Music to the ears of most business owners. And a dream come true for most workers: no more traffic congestion, a better balance between work and private life… Flexible working is always a combination of three essential components: ICT, HR and Facilities. ICT-solutions ICT-solutions ensure that your people are reachable everywhere and can exchange information with the office. The right facilities Aside from the technological aspect, providing the right facilities is key as well.

BYOD A very important aspect of The New Way of Working is BYOD (Brying Your Own Device): employees bring their own device (smartphone, laptop or tablet) to use at the office. §. Le Nouveau Travail est-il rentré dans les mœurs ? Quelles sont les changements engendrés par la révolution numérique sur nos façons de travailler ? Travaillons-nous tous de manière flexible pour des employeurs conscients des avantages du Smartworking ? Comment les chercheurs d’emploi et les recruteurs font-ils appel aux réseaux sociaux pour trouver l’emploi ou le candidat idéal ? Voilà quelques unes des questions posées par Adecco dans son enquête « Work Trends Study ». Les réponses sont parfois très surprenantes. Aperçu. L’intérêt pour le Nouveau Travail grandit… lentement Bien qu’on ne parle plus que de « smartworking » (travailler où et quand on le souhaite), dans les faits, il semblerait que le Nouveau Travail ne soit pas si connu.

Les recruteurs sont quant à eux moins enthousiastes à l’idée du travail flexible. Le pouvoir des réseaux sociaux Nos vies ont radicalement changé depuis l’avènement des réseaux sociaux. Les réseaux sociaux les plus populaires sont Facebook et LinkedIn. Personal branding. Le bien-vivre au travail, premier défi de l’entreprise intelligente. L’information n’a pas obtenu toute l’attention qu’elle méritait. Une étude publiée dans la revue médicale International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health a établi que « le chômage tuerait entre 10 000 et 20 000 personnes par an en France ». Voilà de quoi remettre en cause de nombreuses idées reçues et nous inciter à changer de regard sur le monde du travail au XXIème siècle.

Ces résultats rappellent que la bataille pour l’emploi doit être une priorité. Ils soulignent aussi que le travail représente bien davantage qu’une source de revenus. Comme l’ont observé nombre de psychologues et de sociologues, il est aussi une indispensable source de bien-être et de plaisir. Créer des emplois de qualité Ce constat vient souligner que la première responsabilité sociale des entreprises consiste non seulement à créer des emplois, mais des emplois de qualité permettant à ceux qui les occupent d’y trouver des voies d’accomplissement et des motifs de fierté. Building a feedback and coaching culture – we’re trying, but is it working? - Head Light. Learning in the Modern Workplace is a mix of Experiences (the infographic)

6 Ways to Smartly Run Your Small Business from Home. Many entrepreneurs make their homes into their businesses. With no mandatory meetings, set schedule or co-workers, this might sound like the perfect work situation, but if you are not personally disciplined your might not get very much done. While using your home as your business office gives you a great commute, you’ll also face challenges that you might not have considered.

You might even need to change some bad habits in order to make working from home, work for you. Here are six tips to run a successful home-based business. 1. Dress the Part Working at home in your pajamas all day sounds appealing, but what effect does it have on your productivity? 2. One of the perks of working for home is that you aren’t running on anyone else’s schedule. 3. When running home-based business discipline will be an important factor. 4. If you’re going to run a business from your home, you need all of the same amenities you would have at an office. 5. 6. There’s no set way to run a successful business. Forbes Welcome. 9 Ways to Create a Productive Home Office (Infographic)

Working from home is great...when you actually work. Often it’s tempting not to, like when Mount Laundry threatens to swallow your couch whole or this or that delicious distraction calls to you from the fridge. And that poor pup, pouting in the corner. Doesn’t he need to be walked? And, hey, who’s on Ellen today? Telecommuters, yeah, you with the bed-head, you know what we mean. Related: How the Color of Your Office Impacts Productivity (Infographic) If you haven’t already, pick an area and call it your home office, even if (like yours truly) it’s the sticky end of your kitchen table. To get you started, care of designer furniture firm, here are nine simple ways to create a productive home office, from embracing just enough clutter (seriously) to leveraging a dash of color psychology.

Click to Enlarge+ Related: 6 Best Practices for Working From Home Join Entrepreneur in Long Beach, Calif. on 12/15–Increase Productivity and Business in 2016. Nomadisme en entreprise : Comment organiser le travail mobile de vos collaborateurs ? L’immobilier d’entreprise est en pleine mutation. Le taux élevé d’inoccupation des bureaux (60 % en Ile-de-France) montre qu’une nouvelle tendance forte est en train d’émerger : le nomadisme (télétravail et travail mobile). Les outils numériques (smartphones, tablettes…) ont changé en profondeur les habitudes de travail et ont également réduit la frontière entre vie privée et vie professionnelle. En tant que dirigeant, vous êtes donc directement concerné. Il faut parvenir à trouver le bon équilibre pour que cette nouvelle façon de travailler, qui permet de gagner en efficacité, n’aboutisse pas à une perte de temps ou à une augmentation du stress pour vos collaborateurs.

Or, pour parvenir à une organisation performante, il faut commencer par ré-aménager les locaux de l’entreprise. Flore Pradère-Saulnier (JLL, vous explique pourquoi. Cette interview est réalisée à l’occasion des 3 Journées de l’Immobilier d’Entreprise du 18 au 20 juin 2014 sur NWOW : Imagine the New World of Work | Creative Corporate Culture.

Does ‘work’ still mean ‘work’ in this fast-paced digital age? Can we continue to consider work as either productive or reproductive? Is work confined to a physical location or can it really even be classified? What are the newest trends and tools that are helping everyone build their careers and businesses achieve unheard-of success from the humblest and smallest beginnings?

So what is the new world of work going to look like? So how do managers and supervisors of the traditional work setting cope with the changes? While actual offices and physical companies aren’t going to go out of date, an ‘adapt or die’ environment is taking over where you have to hire outside and find fresh talent beyond borders or get buried by your more tech-savvy competition. Ultimately, the questions is, “How do you make decisions when you’re handling such a loose and free organization?” Here are the three ways that The MIT Leadership Center has come up with to help you cope with the new world of work or NWOW : Leadership Caffeine™—Is Leadership Changing? There’s an interesting interview at McKinsey, with Heidreck & Struggles CEO, Tracy Wolstencroft, that explores what they describe as the changing nature of leadership in this era of volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity. The interview prompted my own consideration of some of the changing leadership behaviors I’m observing in firms who are succeeding in navigating the fog of these times.

Warren Bennis once suggested that “leaders manage the context,” and for those firms I’ve observed and have worked with, who are effectively reinventing themselves in this era of complexity, there are a number of emerging new themes in how leadership is practiced and deployed. They are indeed managing the context. Command and control is giving way to a style that reflects more serve and support and form and frame. The serve component reflects an increased focus by those in leadership roles on answering the question for teams of, “What can I do to best help you succeed?” The Bottom-Line for Now: