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James Woudhuysen
Forecaster, predicting everything but the weather
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James Woudhuysen 2h
NO2/particulates in cities? Change your ways: cycle. Global warming? Don’t fly. Plastics in oceans? Always carry a mug. Innovatory air scrubbers, exhaust filters, underpasses, CO2 capture, plastics incineration? Better to restrain the plebs/White Van Man
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James Woudhuysen 6h
Yep, Nick Clegg and plenty of aides to Labour and Tory leaders have decamped to the West Coast to help Facebook and Google navigate political issues. How have the mighty, etc
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James Woudhuysen 8h
80% of Americans “now think that women not being believed is a problem”. Yep, & we must also always believe in MORE Codes of Conduct in the workplace. Why not call them Commandments? ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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James Woudhuysen 13h
Learn to write English, oh “org change leader . That would be , I guess. Ideo? Never heard of them...
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James Woudhuysen 13h
Er, the article AGREES that there is climate change. But read into it what you will, oh yes
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James Woudhuysen 13h
Nervous about the “INTERGOVERNMENTAL” in the Intergovernmental Panel on Clinate Change (IPCC)? Uneasy that it was founded in the late 1980s, when the US reigned supreme and Ronald Reagan was President? Then please read this — fab, by
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WORKTECH Academy 13h
What’s really behind our automation anxiety about the future of work?
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James Woudhuysen 15h
Productivity isn’t everything — but it’s nearly everything. Instead we have Considerate Construction (“improving the IMAGE”), positive discrimination (R Nixon pioneered it), endless training initiatives, few prefabs
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Paul Reeves Oct 18
4book Lightweight haptic glove gets to grips with virtual touch
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James Woudhuysen Oct 18
This VITAL topic fully deserves our public debate, courtesy of Herman Miller — “The Thriller At Miller”! The bigger the venue, the better. Should we have Seconds? Really look forward to it, dear Antony
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James Woudhuysen Oct 18
Read the chart. 10% of Slovak jobs have a 50-70% chance of being automated. Artificial “intelligence” will have little impact on jobs for years. Similarly, it will take even Norway’s fleet of cars at least 15-20 years to go electric, let alone autonomous
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James Woudhuysen Oct 17
Er, the OECD said 12 per cent of jobs would be lost. Tasks are more central than jobs. We are very far apart. You tell me to read the teenage scribblers @ Oxford Martin — thanks. My critique of more than two years ago — before the OECD:
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James Woudhuysen Oct 17
Oxford MARTIN has been completely discredited by the OECD. Believe Klaus Martin Schwab’s WEF and his glib 4th industrial revolution? I don’t own one of 1700 private jets, sorry! PwC’s John Hawksworth? I think not
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James Woudhuysen Oct 17
But unlike you, Anthony, everyone else DOES extrapolate from Moore. That’s what books like EXPONENTIAL ORGANISATIONS (Deloitte/Wall Steet Journal) and every management consultant does — drone on about exponential.... Soooo boring — unlike your talk xx
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James Woudhuysen Oct 17
I do dispute the coming job losses due . But then I’m only a piece of software xx
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James Woudhuysen Oct 17
“Covenant-lite” loans could be the new subprime crisis. They’re growing — in the US, but also the UK
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James Woudhuysen Oct 17
The jail terms? Ridiculously steep, yes. But to call 30 supporters crying “free all fracktivist political prisoners” a ‘crowd’ is pretty steep, too. Forward with — though it has poisoned thousands, natch
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James Woudhuysen Oct 17
Er, capital movement more vital to productivity than “wellbeing”. Too easy to medicalise socio-economic problems...
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Peter Prowse Oct 17
Deffo - it’s time to sit down for our rights.
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James Woudhuysen Oct 17
so right to say it’s time to drop the open plan vs cubicles debate — indeed to drop the blurred concept “open plan”
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