Infotainment channels are the next big thing. Here’s why
Infotainment is not a new concept; what is making it exciting now is personalised content, increased use of technology such as AR and VR to enhance the viewer experience, and a high level of engagement between creators and their audience.
What is ‘The Pseudonymous Economy’ and can it create better social networks?
Pseudonymity can be a double-edged sword, as it allows individuals to be who they are, but limits the influence they can wield by not revealing their true identity. Here’s a look at use cases beyond Crypto and Web3.
Is digital nomadism becoming mainstream?
While the routine-loving world is talking about returning to office, an ingenious segment is breaking away. Meet the digital nomads of the world.
Why workplaces need experience capital
Workplaces are missing out on a vast amount of competence and thought innovation by not hiring talent aged 45 and above. These seasoned professionals have firefighting skills as well as connections.
A Dinosaur trying hard to stay relevant
We no longer speak of long-term windows while referring to our own careers or companies. What we talk about now are quarterly sprints. From planning for the long term, we have become very short-term.
Is work dying?
Bare threads of a pattern that is starting to emerge: 1) people not wanting to join full-time roles, 2) massive layoffs and uncertainty...4) GenZs preferring to start their own business or work in Web 3.0.
Moonlighting is here to stay. Here’s why
Operating from their homes rather than offices, employees are now calling the shots as they seek to pursue their passions and enhance their earnings on their own terms. And this means moonlighting is fast becoming the new normal.
Are community tools the next unicorns?
In 2020, community tools raised around $179.8 million and another $115.6 million have come their way in 2021
The future is community—how brands are evolving in the age of social media
The future of brand communities is participative. From asking for changes in a trading app, spreading a word about cryptos to creating niche products, their influence is growing and businesses are increasingly turning to them to get their messaging right
Creators and the power of internet communities
Internet communities, with their shared interests and passions, can be the next big thing in commerce, as creators can directly reach their audience bound together by a strong sense of community
'Internet credentials' or CV, what works better in the job market?
As ‘personal brand’ and ‘online persona’ go mainstream, online profiles are a smart way to showcase skills in a crowded job market. Has the humble CV run its course in the age of influencers? Read on.
A guide to how organisations need to reset people practices for ‘new normal’
Learn, learn, learn. The nature of work has changed. Gig work and upskilling are for real. Human resources will have to put employees at the centre of the organisation and help them acquire new skills. Job-seekers, too, will have to keep learning to stay ahead of the curve.
Future of work: 6 things everyone needs to know about product management
As customer centricity takes a hold across firms, everyone in all teams will have to perform the generalist product management role. In this scenario, product management will either cease to exist or become super specialised.
Here are 5 signs that 'creator economy' has arrived in India
The creator economy is taking off and experts say one-person unicorns are not too far as influencers look to cash in on their huge following. From selling sandwiches, make-up lines to offering courses on building social media following, there is nothing that creators can't do.
When you go fully remote, terms and conditions apply
Remote working isn’t for everybody or every industry. Already there are murmurs that many companies are rethinking their decision to go fully remote and may be considering a hybrid option
The varied shades of remote work
Over the last year, the world has dabbled with work from home, remote work and a hybrid of the two. So, which is the best model for an organisation? And is WFH here to stay? Read on to find out
Boot camps and community-learning models, new-age MBA is here to stay
In the second of a two-part series, we examine how MBA needs a revamp as data and digital disruptions change work and the workplace.
MBA or hands-on experience—what works better in a startup?
In the first of a two-part series we examine if pursuing an MBA is equivalent to starting up or working at a startup.
How to land your dream job — 6 experts offer tips
Advice from founders and hiring managers on how to position yourself and ace an interview.
Zoom Out: Is coding a life skill?
A skill that can be self-taught, Coding drives automation, and helps make our daily tasks easier to perform. It is about using logic and being analytical. With technology now being adopted across industries, Coding is a very useful skill to have in this age
Zoom Out: Let’s talk about the future of meetings
What will happen to physical meetings in the post-pandemic world? What are the changes that will stay even after the virus is gone or is at least brought under control? Read on
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