Making Work Play or Making Play Work

The Tom Sawyer Approach Some adults tend to think of play as something for children; for busy grownups with more important things to do, play is a waste of time. But in my experience as a designer and entrepreneur, the opposite is true. Incorporating play into the workplace is an excellent way to solve problems…

Leveraging Leisure

We constantly search for purpose and meaning in our lives. All too often, we look to our jobs and workplaces to provide this sense of self. However, as technology is progressing, things are becoming more automated, and worker alienation is spreading across the labor market, we are expanding our search for meaning beyond the workplace.…

Is online dating affecting human-centricity in the workplace?

As dating continues to move into the digital realm and becomes increasingly commoditized, it brings up many age-old issues for both men and women – trust, betrayal, desire, and deceit. With the onset of online personalities, it’s easier than ever to create personas that are, at best, partial suggestions of who an individual is. It…