Happiness at work? A competitive advantage, indeed. Stay on the bus: the proven path to doing unique and meaningful work. Digital transformation KPI.
Journal of discoveries #76 - 23rd of September, 2023
Welcome to the 76th issue of the newsletter, “Journal of discoveries.” Each week, I check a list of hundreds of sources of inspiration to spot exciting articles, videos, podcasts, and books on personal development, leadership, management, technology, and innovation.
Let’s dive in!
One “must” for this week
“Happiness at work? A competitive advantage, indeed” by Joaquín Viñas.
Happiness at work is a competitive advantage that leads to better performance and results.
Job crafting, reshaping one's job to use one's talents and strengths, is a powerful tool to increase happiness and performance at work.
We can help teams by giving them autonomy, maximizing their talents, and letting them craft their jobs.
Stay on the bus: the proven path to doing unique and meaningful work
The surprising truth about leisure: why it’s essential for our mental health and well-being
The second agreement: don’t take anything personally
Why I'm not more popular
The retirement trap
Exactly what is motivation? Surprisingly, not what you think
Read what you love until you love to read
Writing handbook: how to source writing ideas
Digital transformation key performance indicators
Talent in digital transformations
AI and the future of work: what stays 100% human?
Six ways AI is likely to disrupt the entertainment industry
The metaverse explained in 14 minutes
The future of longevity: keeping healthy people healthy
The next trillion-dollar marketplace will put SKUs on services
Leadership and management
Happiness at work? A competitive advantage, indeed
When employees are open with each other, but not management
Gallup state of the global workplace report
Creating ownership and commitment to delivery in self-organized teams
The boss factor
Managing emotions to resolve conflict and enhance performance with G.Kohlrieser
“Running Lean: Iterate from Plan A to a Plan That Works” by Ash Maurya.