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  • 20.000 uur TV gekeken 10.000 uur video games gespeeld 10.000 uur aan de telefoon gezeten En meer dan 250.000 Instant Messages verzonden  15-24 werkgevers
  • Stuck @ Work
  • To avoid wasting time,..
  • Just some facts:Now 31% of higher educated workers are working over 50 hours a week. In 1980 it was only 22%.Now over 40% get less then 7 hours of sleep on weekdays. In 2000 it was less then 30%Now over 60% is rushed at mealtime and over 1/3 is structurally (missing) lunching at there desk
  • White vs. Blue Collard Workers25 years ago the lowest-wage workers worked generally over 50 hours a weekNow Blue Collard Workers will work approx 32-36 hours and go home and enjoy lifeNow the groggy-eyed are the best-educated and best paid who are doing over 50 hours a weekA trend even in China and India,…as they get richer they will work less (for sure the blue collard worker)
  • Now the groggy-eyed are the best-educated and best paid who are doing over 50 hours a week
  • YOU’RE NOT ALONE !GROWING GROUPMANAGERS +PRODUCTION 2 KNOWLEDGE WORK
  • Time spending on com/col/infoOver 25% of Knowledge Workers say that v-mail, e-mail and meetings are becoming completely unmanageable 40% of time spend on non valuable communications35% of timing looking for informationE-mail overload: 350 e-mails per week taking more than 20 hours on average Management change:Impact vs outputTrustOne size fits all 2 My Way:E-mail & GSM
  • What is your Workspace strategy?Do you know your workforce?Are they satisfied with tooling, mobility, etc? Do you think that e-mail and mobile phones are sufficient?
  • Reducing CostsIncrease SatisfactionImprove ProductivityRetention Integrated planning for ICT, Facilities and HR
  • New World Of Work Board Room Vision Version Slideshare

    1. 1. New World Of Work <br />
    2. 2. WHAT IS<br />WORK<br />
    3. 3. Relaxing? <br />or,…<br />on the phone with a client? <br />
    4. 4. Reviewing a document ?<br />or,… <br />watching something funny on YouTube?<br />@ home ?<br />Or,…<br />@ Work ? <br />Traveling ?<br />Or,…<br />Mobile Office ?<br />
    5. 5. Get the picture ?<br />Shifting limits to whereand whenyou might work!<br />
    6. 6. Future@Worka deep dive,...<br />Corp. Hierarchy  Value Networks<br />One size fits all  My Way<br />Office  Home<br />Face-to-face  Virtual<br />9 to 5, Mon-Fri  24/7,Sun-Sat<br />Naar het werk Aan het werk<br />
    7. 7. The Big Work Change<br />Many Beautiful Places<br />Anytime you want/can<br />Moving and Shaking<br />Happy<br />(Main) Office<br />9-5<br />Monday-Friday<br />(sort of) Same Job<br />Sitting/Stuck at Desk<br />Commuting<br />Traffic Jams<br />Stress<br />Pollution<br />
    8. 8. The new workspace ‘BALANCE’<br />
    9. 9.
    10. 10. WHAT <br />DO YOU KNOW<br />
    11. 11. Some implications<br />Today’s World is Flat and becomes more and more flatter,..<br />Tomorrows World is Hot, Flat and Crowded <br />
    12. 12. GENERATION<br />WHY ?<br />
    13. 13. Foto Y met baby boom<br />Learning from younger generation,….<br />
    14. 14. We are all facing<br />Changing Ways of Work!<br />SOME HOT REFLECTIONS,….<br />
    15. 15. Information Revolution boosted productivity by almost 70% over the last 25 years<br />
    16. 16. But are we producing more in fewer hours?<br />Everybody I know is working harder and longer,…<br />Technology seems anything but a time-saver.<br />
    17. 17. We’re always on and always connected<br />We’re talking on our cell phones while rushing to work<br />We’re answering e-mails during conference calls<br />We’re reading e-mail while watching TV<br />We’re waking up at 4 a.m. to talk to Asia, and go to bed late after calling the US <br />We’re generally multitasking our brains out,…<br />
    18. 18. Now over 40% get less then 7 hours of sleep on weekdays. In 2000 it was less then 30%<br />Now over 60% is rushed at mealtime and over 1/3 is structurally (missing) lunching at there desk<br />Now 31% of higher educated workers are working over 50 hours a week. <br />In 1980 it was only 22%.<br />
    19. 19. White vs. Blue Collard Workers<br />
    20. 20. groggy-eyed?<br />
    21. 21. WHAT’S NEXT<br />
    22. 22. Information Workers<br />are under pressure.<br />
    23. 23. THINKING FOR A LIVING<br />
    24. 24. Demand and Control<br />Collaboration, Information and Communications<br />One Size Fits all vs. My Way<br />
    25. 25. IT IS TIME TO GIVE WORK A NEW THOUGHT<br />
    26. 26. 2<br />New World Of Work<br />First Steps:<br /><ul><li> Develop Workspace Strategy
    27. 27. Analyze your Workforce
    28. 28. Check maturity of your:
    29. 29. Management / HR / Facilities / ICT
    30. 30. Ensure an Integrated Approach </li></li></ul><li>ICT+HR+Facilities=SYNERGY<br />THE BENEFITS <br />
    31. 31. www.productivitypartners.nl<br />

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