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Arbeiten nach der Pandemie

„Our work lives will not return to normal after the pandemic. Here are 3 ways leaders can adapt – Firms must not raise employee expectations of ‚getting back to normal‚. – Instead, companies must confront reality, build resilience, and seek new opportunities. – There are advantages to organizations embracing ambiguity as a constant. … Confront reality – One of the most dangerous things leaders can do in the current environment is to create a misconception that the current situation will change. By doing so, they set their people up to feel punished every time a deadline passes. … Develop resilience – Build an inclusive and sustainable environment for people to give their best. Making people feel psychologically safe is difficult when millions of people are being laid off. These days, many employees hide how they feel. Instead of safeguarding personal boundaries, many respond when their boss sends them an email late in the evening. … Become a ‚learn-it-all‘, not a ‚know-it-all‘ – Leaders must fight the temptation to fall into the ‚competency trap‘. People naturally like to get better at what they are already good at; but the more expert they become, the tougher it is for them to change.“


Facebook vs Holocaust-Leugner

Facebook bans Holocaust denial, distortion posts – Facebook is banning posts that deny or distort the Holocaust and will start directing people to authoritative sources if they search for information about the Nazi genocide. – Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced the new policy Monday, the latest attempt by the company to take action against conspiracy theories and misinformation ahead of the U.S. presidential election three weeks away. – The decision comes amid a push by Holocaust survivors around the world who lent their voices to a campaign targeting Zuckerberg beginning this summer, urging him to take action to remove Holocaust denial posts from the social media site.“


Disney fokussiert auf Streaming

Disney says its ‘primary focus’ for entertainment is streaming – announces a major reorg – In order to further accelerate its direct-to-consumer strategy, the company will be centralizing its media businesses into a single organization that will be responsible for content distribution, ad sales and Disney+. – The change comes as the global coronavirus pandemic has crippled its theatrical business and ushered more customers toward its streaming options.“


Bubbles statt 360°-Überwachung

„Family-tracking app Life360 launches ‘Bubbles,’ a location-sharing feature inspired by teens on TikTok – Life360 could have ignored the criticism – after all, teens aren’t the app’s paying subscribers; it’s the parents. But Life360 CEO Chris Hulls took a different approach. He created a TikTok account and started a dialogue with the app’s younger users. As a result of these conversations, the company has now launched a new privacy-respecting feature: ‚Bubbles.'“


MagSafe bald schon im iPhone?

Apple belebt angeblich ‚MagSafe‚ neu – Die magnetische Ladelösung scheint demnächst auf dem iPhone aufzuerstehen. Dafür sprechen mehrere Indizien. – MagSafe war lange Zeit ein praktisches Verfahren, das mobile Apple-Rechner vor physischen Abstürzen bewahrte… USB-C-Anschlüssen in aktuellen Macs fehlt die Funktion hingegen. – Nun scheint Apple zu planen, MagSafe als Marke wiederzubeleben – allerdings anders als zuvor. Statt für Macs soll die Technik für das kommende ‚iPhone 12‘ implementiert werden.“