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4 Ways Work Has Changed Forever

Posted by on 29 October 2013

By 2016, 75 percent of employed Canadians will be at least somewhat mobile, according to recent research by IDC Canada, and smaller companies will be on the forefront of this work revolution. Furthermore, their employees are much more likely to spend at least three days a week away from the office ‒ whether that’s in […]

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TheWorkTalkShow

How awesome is Mitch Joel? Awesome enough to stop by The Work Talk Show virtual studios for the second time in less than a year. This time, the Twist Image president and Six Pixels of Separation blogger and podcast host was here to talk about his newly released book, Ctrl Alt Delete. The book is about […]

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FutureOfWorkTED2013

Every month on Workshifting, we find and publish one video that embodies the ideas we discuss on the blog (anywhere productivity, work-life balance, travel, etc.). For April, we chose an interesting debate from TED2013 between economist Robert Gordon and Erik Brynjolfsson, a professor of management. Here’s the description from TED: Robert Gordon says that the […]

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BoostYourBrainpower

We all have days where we struggle to stay focused. Most of us will instinctively reach for the coffee pot or a sugary snack for that much-needed energy boost, but is this doing us any favors in the long run? I’m sure you’re all as familiar as I am with the dreaded caffeine crash that […]

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TravelTipsFromAGuyWhoWorkshiftsAllOver2

Today we have a guest post from Chris Brogan. Chris is the CEO and president of Human Business Works, a business design company providing tools and smarts for professionals like you. He lives in northern Massachusetts and workshifts pretty much every day of the week. There’s nothing less fun than having to get work done while […]

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MisfitsInThailand

Today we have a guest post from Jessie White. Jessie is the Princess of Organizing Chaos at Misfit, Inc. She currently lives in Vancouver but in the past year has Workshifted from England, New York City, Portland, Italy, Malawi, Ireland and Thailand. Misfit Inc. is entering its fifth year of life. We have five full-time […]

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Today we have a guest post from Roger Courville. Roger is the principal analyst and Global Training Guy at 1080 Group, LLC. Roger recently completed a study and checklist on video conferencing and shares his top 4 surprising insights from the study. The possibility of being able to see the person you’re talking with while […]

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Have you ever tried to imagine what the future of technology will be like? Ignoring the perennial favorites (seriously, where’s my flying car already?), nailing down those small-time changes that add up to a real culture shift is no easy feat. I recently got myself an HD webcam (to use in my GoToMeeting with HDFaces™ […]

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While video conferencing technology isn’t exactly considered “new” technology, it has long been considered a potentially revolutionary solution for healthcare. Why? Not only does it mean that patients can receive real-time access to specialists in metropolitan hospitals regardless of their location, but it also dramatically improves the way that GPs and clinicians share information and […]

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One of the tools that makes our workshifting lifestyle possible is video. We already spend a good chunk of time using our webcams in video conferences and online meetings, but it’s now becoming more commonplace for us to use video to enhance our blogs and websites or to facilitate remote knowledge transfer by producing training […]

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