Legendary ad man Rory Sutherland explains that we’ve not changed anything with work – and his clear vision of what work could be. Star episode.
Adam Grant - The Case for Optimism
Architecture of work
Bjarke Ingels is the world’s greatest living architect. But how does he think about buildings as a place to work?
Mark de Rond spent months embedded with a Boat Race crew and a hospital in Camp Bastion to understand the way that high pressure teams work best.
The work from MIT pioneered by Sandy Pentland gave us the greatest insight into what *really* happens in our workplaces. Now Ben Waber gives an enthralling case for what we should do to make our jobs more productive.
Alex Pentland pioneered ‘social physics’ an insightful way to understand what really happens in modern offices.
Patty McCord helped write ‘the most important document to come out of Silicon Valley’ but what did it say, and was it really a force for good?
Andre Spicer explains the pitfalls of modern work and why we’re thinking about our jobs all wrong
Across hours of interviews there has been a massive collection of evidence. Here for the first time Bruce sits down with co-creator Sue Todd to discuss the New Work Manifesto, 8 changes that we can all make to improve our jobs.