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  • quite simply, people want interesting, challenging jobs andthey want to feel passionate about their work. A great job is demanding andstretching and full of requirements that the individual finds interesting andworthwhile.managers want to work for companies that are wellmanaged,that have admirable corporate cultures and values, and great leaders.Two aspects of culture are critical: a strong emphasis on performance and anenvironment that is open and trusting.people want to make money that is commensurate withthe value they create and with their other options. This is about more thanthe tangible value of the money; people want to feel recognized and valuedfor their individual contributions.managers want the company to help them developtheir skills. This is particularly important today, when people realize that theironly real security in the job market is the collection of skills they possess.
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    • 1. 25 January, 2010<br />The New World of Work - IntroductionDutch: Het NieuweWerken<br />
    • 2. Agenda<br />What is the ‘New World of Work’<br />WhatcanOrbitOne do to help organisationsadapt to the ‘New World of Work’<br />ICT<br />Workspace<br />Organisation<br />How does yourorganisation score?<br />Interesting links<br />25 January, 2010<br />The New World of Work (Het Nieuwe Werken)<br />
    • 3. New context of work:Knowledgeeconomy<br />25 January, 2010<br />McKinsey: In the US 70% of new jobs createdbetween 1998-2004 involvetacitknowledge<br />Tacit knowledge is knowledge that is difficult to transfer to another person by means of writing it down or verbalizing it. For example the ability to use <br />algebra, speak a language, or design and use complex equipment requires all sorts of knowledge that is not always known explicitly, even by expert practitioners, and which is difficult to explicitly transfer to users.<br />http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tacit_knowledge<br />The New World of Work (Het Nieuwe Werken)<br />
    • 4. New context of work:Globalisation<br />25 January, 2010<br /><ul><li>Lowercosts of communications
    • 5. More free marketsforgoods and services</li></ul>Work is donewhereit is done best / cheapest<br />&gt;&gt; Global marketplace<br />The New World of Work (Het Nieuwe Werken)<br />
    • 6. New context of work:Sustainability<br />25 January, 2010<br />The New World of Work (Het Nieuwe Werken)<br />Companies are becoming more concerned about sustainability<br />Causes:<br /><ul><li>The polluter pays (More tax on company cars)
    • 7. Consumer conscience</li></li></ul><li>New context of work:War for Talent<br />25 January, 2010<br />The New World of Work (Het Nieuwe Werken)<br />Changing demographics leads to ‘war for talent’<br />How to win the ‘ war for talent’?<br /><ul><li>Exciting work
    • 8. Great company
    • 9. Wealth and reward
    • 10. Growth and development </li></ul>The War for Talent, Organization and Leadership Practice, McKinsey &amp; Company April 2001<br />Photo by Ivan Mlinaric<br />
    • 11. Different time,<br />Different place<br />Same time,<br />Different place<br />Same time, <br />same place<br />Individual work<br />% Work that groups do<br />Changing workstyles<br />100%<br />Workstyle<br />80<br />60<br />40<br />20<br />0<br />2010<br />2000<br />2005<br />The New World of Work (Het Nieuwe Werken)<br />25 January, 2010<br />(Source: Gartner - http://www.datapro.com/teleconferences/attributes/attr_103789_115.ppt)<br />
    • 12. VisiononWorkingtoday<br />Our body lives in the informationage, butourmindset is still in the industrialage<br />25 January, 2010<br />The New World of Work (Het Nieuwe Werken)<br />Someexamples:<br />•Going to work<br />•Physicalpresence: See and beseen<br />•Manager controls; Employee executes<br />•Strictseparation of work and private life<br />•Working long hours is more important thanresult<br />Source: Het nieuwe werken, Dik Bijl, Microsoft<br />
    • 13. Visionon the New World of Work<br />Collaborating more efficiently andmore effectively by responding to the nature of work<br />25 January, 2010<br />What areas need changing?<br /><ul><li>ICT
    • 14. Workplaces
    • 15. People and the organisation</li></ul>Bron: Het nieuwe werken, Dik Bijl, Microsoft<br />The New World of Work (Het Nieuwe Werken)<br />
    • 16. New World of Work<br />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oL6GTqvtYHM<br />25 January, 2010<br />The New World of Work (Het Nieuwe Werken)<br />
    • 17. What is necessary to start ‘new working’?<br />ICT<br />Makes it possible for people to work and collaborate anytime, anyplace<br />Workplaces<br />Support work activities: concentration, meeting, brainstorm and chill- out<br />People and the organization<br />Corporate culture: open, trust, stimulate and empowered<br />Employee = Undertaker<br />Manager = Supporter (+ let go and trust)<br />Work and reward results<br />25 January, 2010<br />The New World of Work (Het Nieuwe Werken)<br />
    • 18. What solutions does Orbit One offer?<br />ICT<br />Virtual workspaces (SharePoint and Custom solution .Net)<br />Email and calendaring (Exchange)<br />Instant messaging, telephony and presence (Office Communications Server) <br />Video conferencing (OCS, LifeSize)<br />Secure and reliable remote working solutions (Direct Access and Juniper SSL VPN)<br />25 January, 2010<br />The New World of Work (Het Nieuwe Werken)<br />4/18/2010 ı<br />12<br />
    • 19. Collaboration (ICT)<br />Goals<br />Collaborate on global level with multiple independent members<br />Increase transparency<br />Solution<br />SharePoint portal where staff, members and external partners come together<br />Sites to work on documents and share calendars and contacts<br />Blog to announce news and gather responses in a interactive way<br />25 January, 2010<br />The New World of Work (Het Nieuwe Werken)<br />
    • 20. 25 January, 2010<br />The New World of Work (Het Nieuwe Werken)<br />
    • 21. 25 January, 2010<br />The New World of Work (Het Nieuwe Werken)<br />
    • 22. Samenwerken / Communicatie (ICT)<br />Meeting portal for employees and external parties based on SharePoint technology<br />Share and use all meeting information in an online portal: Meeting attendees, agenda, notes, decision points etc.<br />Integrated mail and calendaring solution based on Hosted Exchange<br />25 January, 2010<br />The New World of Work (Het Nieuwe Werken)<br />
    • 23. Video conferencing (ICT)<br />Meet online in full HD withLifesize<br />25 January, 2010<br />The New World of Work (Het Nieuwe Werken)<br />
    • 24. Remote working (ICT)<br />Remoteaccess to email, fileshares, and desktop with SSL VPN using digipass<br />Office Communication Server (OCS) as voice and instant message solution (internal and external)<br />25 January, 2010<br />The New World of Work (Het Nieuwe Werken)<br />
    • 25. Yesterdays workplaceCubicle, individual, underutilized and dated<br />25 January, 2010<br />The New World of Work (Het Nieuwe Werken)<br />
    • 26. Todays workplace for the futureEvolve to… a mobile workplace with activity based spaces for teamwork, concentration, chill out and brainstorm<br />25 January, 2010<br />The New World of Work (Het Nieuwe Werken)<br />
    • 27. What solutions does One Office offer?<br />Flexibleworkplaces in Gent<br />Rent a workplaceforremoteworkers, freelancers orsmallorganisations<br />www.oneoffice.be<br />25 January, 2010<br />The New World of Work (Het Nieuwe Werken)<br />4/18/2010 ı<br />21<br />
    • 28. What solutions does Orbit One offer?<br />People and the Organization<br />Orbit One combines a down to earthapproachwith practical knowledgeabouthow to go and start newworking in yourcompanybasedonourownexperience.<br />25 January, 2010<br />The New World of Work (Het Nieuwe Werken)<br />
    • 29. How does yourorganisationmeasure up?Do the test!<br />Download survey ‘New World of Work’<br />Source: Dik Bijl, Het Nieuwe Werken<br />25 January, 2010<br />The New World of Work (Het Nieuwe Werken)<br />
    • 30. Reading (mostly Dutch)<br />LinkedIn Group – Het NieuweWerken: http://www.linkedin.com/groups?home=&amp;gid=123506<br />Boek - Het Nieuwe Werken: Dik Bijlhttp://hetnieuwewerkenblog.nl/ebook-dik-bijl-het-nieuwe-werken-aan-de-slag/<br />Website - Microsoft Het NieuweWerkenhttp://www.microsoft.com/netherlands/het_nieuwe_werken/<br />Boek - Klein recepten boek voor het nieuwe werkenhttp://intranet/topics/books/Lists/Orbit%20One%20Book%20Library/DispForm.aspx?ID=360&amp;Source=http%3A%2F%2Fintranet%2Ftopics%2Fbooks%2FPages%2Fdefault%2Easpx<br />Website - Werken 2.0http://www.werken20.nl/home<br />25 January, 2010<br />The New World of Work (Het Nieuwe Werken)<br />
    • 31. The New World of Work (Het Nieuwe Werken)<br />25 January, 2010<br />

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