Future of Work Interview Series - Marketing Fresh Peel

Where do you work?

Does your work travel with you when you’re on the go? What tools do you use? How do you collaborate over long distances?

Could you improve the way you work?

What does the future of work look like in marketing and advertising?

What does the future of work look like?

Keep an eye on the Future of Work Interview Series to see what some of the industries leading thinkers have to say about these topics and more. (Bookmark this page because I will be updating the links below as the interviews are posted.)

  1. Interview with Andy Law, author of Creative Company
  2. Interview with Charles Grantham & James Ware, founders of the Future of Work program
  3. Interview with Joseph Jaffe, President of Crayon
  4. Interview with Chris Brogan, President of New Marketing Labs
  5. Interview with Piers Fawkes, CEO of PSFK


Future of Work Glossary

Coworking – the social gathering of a group of people, who are still working independently, but who share values and who are interested in the synergy that can happen from working with talented people in the same space. Learn More at Wikipedia.

Crowdsourcing – a neologism for the act of taking a task traditionally performed by an employee or contractor, and outsourcing it to an undefined, generally large group of people or community in the form of an open call. Learn More at Wikipedia.

ROWE (Results Oriented Work Environment) – a management strategy where employees are paid for results (output) rather than the number hours worked. The goal is to keep workers who deliver results while firing those who are not productive. Learn More at Wikipedia.

The Third Place – a term used in the concept of community building to refer to social surroundings separate from the two usual social environments of home and the workplace. Learn More at Wikipedia.

Telecommuting (also known as e-commuting or telework) – a work arrangement in which employees enjoy flexibility in working location and hours. In other words, the daily commute to a central place of work is replaced by telecommunication links. Learn More at Wikipedia.