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  • 1. HR Tech Europe 2013 The Future of Work Daniel Pink 25 October 2013
  • 2. What is going on?
  • 3. What do we do about it?
  • 4. MY PRESENTATION What is going on? What do we do about it?
  • 5. What is going on?
  • 6. From the Agriculture Age to the Conceptual Age GTA (globalization, technology, affluence) Conceptual Age (creators and empathizers) Information Age (knowledge workers) Industrial Age (factory workers) Agriculture Age (farmers) 18th century 19th century 20th century 21st century
  • 7. What do we do about it?
  • 8. “As long as the task involved only mechanical skill, bonuses worked as they would be expected: the higher the pay, the better the performance.” D. ARIELY, U. GNEEZY, G. LOWENSTEIN, & N. MAZAR, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Working Paper No. 05-11, July 2005; NY TIMES, 20 Nov. 08
  • 9. But once the task called for “even rudimentary [basic] cognitive skill,” a larger reward “led to poorer performance.” D. ARIELY, U. GNEEZY, G. LOWENSTEIN, & N. MAZAR, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Working Paper No. 05-11, July 2005; NY TIMES, 20 Nov. 08
  • 10. If-then
  • 11. Great for simple and short-term.
  • 12. Not so great for complex and long-term.
  • 13. “Our results were quite startling.” TERESA M. AMABILE, ET AL, “Person and Environment in Talent Development: The Case of Creativity,” (1993)
  • 14. “The commissioned works were rated as significantly less creative than the noncommissioned works, yet they were not rated as different in technical quality.” TERESA M. AMABILE, ET AL, “Person and Environment in Talent Development: The Case of Creativity,” (1993)
  • 15. “Our [previous] sales salary system felt like . . . a gigantic, complex and medieval spirograph centered on an assumption that wasn’t true.” NEIL DAVIDSON, CO-FOUNDER, RED GATE SOFTWARE
  • 16. FACT: Money is a motivator.
  • 17. 3
  • 18. AUTONOMY MASTERY PURPOSE
  • 19. AUTONOMY MASTERY PURPOSE
  • 20. Management
  • 21. SHIP IT DAYS FEDEX
  • 22. “After our CEO declared ‘mobile’ was key to our strategy, none of our business units were able to change direction on a dime, but our employees using 10 percent time created seven mobile apps before any other formally funded mobile projects even got started.” ROY ROSIN, recently departed Vice President for Innovation, Intuit
  • 23. GENIUS HOUR
  • 24. Andre Geim Konstantin Novoselov
  • 25. “If scaled up to the thickness of plastic refrigerator wrap, a sheet of graphene stretched over a coffee cup could support the weight of a truck bearing down on a pencil point.” Dennis Overbye, “Physics Nobel Honors Work on Ultra-Thin Carbon,” New York Times, 5 October 2010
  • 26. FRIDAY EVENING EXPERIMENTS
  • 27. CARVE OUT TIME FOR NON-COMMISSIONED WORK
  • 28. TRY A FEDEX DAY (OR A GENIUS HOUR)
  • 29. AUTONOMY AUDIT
  • 30. How much autonomy do you have over your tasks at work -your main responsibilities and what you do in a given day?
  • 31. How much autonomy do you have over your team at work -- that is, to what extent are you able to choose the people with whom you typically collaborate?
  • 32. How much autonomy do you have over your time at work -- for instance, when you leave, when you arrive, and how you allocate your hours each day?
  • 33. How much autonomy do you have over your technique at work -- how you actually perform the main responsibilities of your job ?
  • 34. www.danpink.com/audit
  • 35. AUTONOMY MASTERY PURPOSE
  • 36. “. . . making progress in meaningful work.” Teresa M. Amabile & Steven J. Kramer, The Progress Principle: Using Small Wins to Ignite Joy Engagement and Creativity at Work (2011)
  • 37. FEEDBACK
  • 38. MONTHLY ONE-ON-ONES
  • 39. Love & Loathe Removing Barriers Career Long Term Check-ins
  • 40. “A good and honest conversation about how they have done in the past 6 months.”
  • 41. OFFICE HOURS
  • 42. AUTONOMY MASTERY PURPOSE
  • 43. Hand hygiene prevents you from catching diseases
  • 44. Hand hygiene prevents patients from catching diseases
  • 45. Gel in, wash out
  • 46. HOW | WHY
  • 47. Next week, have 2 fewer conversations about “how” and 2 more about “why.”
  • 48. Purpose & purpose
  • 49. “I felt I wasn’t making a __________.”
  • 50. “I felt I wasn’t making a contribution.