Rebooting Work introduces a new vision for work, and Maynard Webb leads
readers to a place they want to go, one that has less traffic congestion and a
better work-life balance.” —Scott McNealy, cofounder, Sun Microsystems;
Author: Maynard Webb
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Category: Business & Economics
From Silicon Valley leader Maynard Webb, how we can leveragetechnology to change how we work Maynard Webb has always been the go-to guy when Silicon Valleycompanies have thorny problems. Whether revamping eBay's crashingservers (transforming their technology weaknesses into acompetitive strength) or investing in emerging technologystart-ups, Webb brings strategic and operational savvy to everyissue and venture. In his first book, Webb brings this same focusto tackle outdated models of work, created a century ago, which nolonger sync up with either individual or employers' needs. Through a unique framework, Webb identifies 4 different mindsetsaround work (the company man, CEO of your own destiny, disenchantedemployee, and the aspiring entrepreneur). It organizes those whoare self-motivated versus those who are waiting to be discoveredand aims to give readers the tools to become more self-actualized,happier, and ultimately more fulfilled in their careers. Inidentifying a paradigm shift that is already under way, Webbdemonstrates clearly how to harness technology to embrace our ownpersonal happiness, allowing people to become more productive atwork and also spend more time with their families. Contains a framework that demonstrates how we can leveragetechnology to create better job opportunities and foster morebalanced lives Written by Maynard Webb, chairman of LiveOps, former COO ofe-Bay, founder of Webb Investment Network (WIN), and board memberof Yahoo! and salesforce.com Includes personalized worksheets and empowering action-orientedadvice Rebooting Work reveals how anyone can take control of hisor her own future, finding greater fulfillment, productivity, andhappiness.
in 2016–17 suffering with 'work-related stress, depression or anxiety', leading to
12.5 million lost working days. ... Rather than seeking to fundamentally reboot
work to maximise the benefits of new technology, we have created a curious
Author: Jason Stockwood
Publisher: Random House
Category: Business & Economics
The tech revolution will hit us all soon. How can any organisation survive and thrive? Headlines predict that whole industries will be decimated by Artificial Intelligence and automation. Some bosses and bankers are rubbing their hands at the prospect of cost savings and staff cuts. But there is another way. New technology can also empower teams, fuel creativity and make people happier. At Simply Business, twice voted the UK’s best company to work for, big data and automated systems are being harnessed to generate positive growth, staff are currently trialling a four-day week in their Northampton office. In this bold blueprint, CEO Jason Stockwood – named by the Sunday Times as the UK’s best leader – shows how any organisation can think freshly and benefit from technology by putting its people first.
The title explores India's post-liberalisation transformations through an anthropological study of the software industry.
Author: Carol Upadhya
Category: Computer software industry
The title explores India's post-liberalisation transformations through an anthropological study of the software industry. It examines the origins of software capital, the shaping of the Indian IT workforce, the new management practices and forms of work introduced in IT workspaces, and the connections between IT and the middle class.
About Reboot! "Reboot to work; retirement is a disease." "It's better to wear out than rust out." That is the message of Reboot!
Author: Phil Burgess
Category: Older people
About Reboot! "Reboot to work; retirement is a disease." "It's better to wear out than rust out." That is the message of Reboot! While American culture glamorizes the "Golden Years" of endless leisure and amusement, Phil Burgess rejects retirement, as he makes the case for returning to work in the post-career years, a time he calls later life. Based on solid research from the social and medical sciences, the author says, "It is better to die with your boots on, fully engaged in helping others and repairing the world." Reboot! is partly autobiographical. Indeed, the author is working well into his own post-career years, following two failed retirements. He is also convincing in his eye-opening, historically rooted, and hope-filled arguments for engaging in life-long work that is productive and satisfying. Reboot! identifies five different types of work: in-kind, volunteer, Samaritan, enrichment, and paid work. Booters who incorporate one or more of these types of work into their post-career lifestyle will, according to Burgess, live longer, live better, and die faster - avoiding boredom, aimless busy-ness, diminished self-worth and the anguish (and cost) of lingering death. With America's 78 million boomers turning 65 at the rate of 10,000 a day for the next 18 years, Reboot! provides a timely and provocative alternative to the conventional idea of retirement. With the promises of Social Security and Medicare about to be broken, Reboot! provides an upbeat and constructive way to deal with new financial realities. For men and women navigating life's transitions, striving to finish well, Reboot! provides a roadmap for living a life of meaning, challenging the reader to be a booter, not a retiree. Burgess boldly asserts that retirement is a deadly disease, and that work after a life of work is the best option for post-career years that are meaningful, productive, healthy, and satisfying. See www.BooterNation.com Excerpts: On retirement: "Not all ideas are good ideas. Some are bad ideas. Retirement is one of those bad ideas - it makes no sense...Retirement is not natural. It is not historic. It is not healthy. It is not, for most people, fulfilling. For many, retirement is a widow maker." On the value of work: "The social engagement and satisfaction that come from working in later life are keys to successful aging...There is much work to do in this world where we are but temporary inhabitants. We should find it and do it...at least for as long as we're able. In many ways, our life depends on it." On work and money: "Work is not only about money. Even if you don't need the money and your financial situation is stable and comfortable, returning to work in your post-career life is the smart thing to do - at least until sidelined by frailty or disability. It's smart because good health and satisfaction in later-life are most likely to come from working." On different types of work: "For most of us, post-career work will be tailored work, work customized to reflect our needs, our deepest desires, and the highest and best use of our gifts - especially time, talent, and treasure. Work tailored to our gifts will be productive and satisfying."...
He returned to light work on December 10 , 1929 , and in addition to his wages
received a weekly payment of 158 . 3d . as compensation . Within two or three
weeks of restarting work , the workman complained to the manager that he was
The work of paving the roadway , resetting the edgestone , relaying the brick
sidewalks and flagging crosswalks , was done by the Paving Division .
Rutherford Avenue . — From Devens to Chapman street was paved with granite
blocks on ...
Save yourself a phone call and resolve your technical issues through this humorous guide.
Author: Joshua Calhoun
Publisher: Tate Pub & Enterprises Llc
Have you wondered if you're alone with your computer problems? Reboot provides a compilation of tech support stories, both funny and serious, with a bonus troubleshooting guide at the end that will help with most technical issues. Joshua Calhoun draws on his experience as a technical support analyst to offer practical advice and share the comical computer complications he's encountered. If you think your computer issues are strange, think again. You won't believe the calls tech support gets! They hear about everything from magnets, to crystals, to roaches! You're not alone in your frustrations with computer problems. Reboot contains a compilation of actual calls, tickets, and events that tech support agents receive. Before you call tech support, have some laughs, fix your computer, and Reboot as Joshua shares the exact steps that tech support would walk you through. Save yourself a phone call and resolve your technical issues through this humorous guide.
Kybd Reboot = Boolean If this entry is On , Windows for Workgroups attempts to
reboot the computer using a keyboard controller command . On some computers
, this method is unreliable . If your computer hangs while rebooting , set this entry
Author: Microsoft Corporation
Category: Microsoft Windows (Computer file)
Rebooting Clausewitz offers an entirely new take on the work of history's greatest theorist of war.
Author: Christopher Coker
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Rebooting Clausewitz offers an entirely new take on the work of history's greatest theorist of war. Written for an undergraduate readership that often struggles with Clausewitz's master work On War--a book that is often considered too philosophical and impenetrably dense--it seeks to unpack some of Clausewitz's key insights on theory and strategy. In three fictional interludes Clausewitz attends a seminar at West Point; debates the War on Terror at a Washington think tank; and visits a Robotics Institute in Santa Fe where he discusses how scientists are reshaping the future of war. Three separate essays situate Clausewitz in the context of his times, discuss his understanding of the culture of war, and the extent to which two other giants--Thucydides and Sun Tzu--complement his work. Some years ago the philosopher W.B. Gallie argued that Clausewitz needed to be 'saved from the Clausewitzians'. Clausewitz doesn't need saving and his commentators have contributed a great deal to our understanding of On War's seminal status as a text. But too often they tend to conduct a conversation between themselves. This book is an attempt to let a wider audience into the conversation.
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Therefore , save your work often — every 10 minutes or after making any major
changes to an important piece of work . Most often , you will reboot by warm -
booting your system . It ' s called a warm - boot because the computer ' s already
Author: Lisa Bucki
Publisher: Que Pub
Discusses set up, disks and disk drives, files, software programs, online services, and ways to fix common problems
reboot. If your computer crashes, or you make changes in your startup files and
want to put the changes into effect, you need to restart your PC. That's called
rebooting. You can do a cold boot by tuming the power off and back ...
Author: Michael Goodwin
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Incorporated
The book-length expansion of the magazine article "Show Multimedia Who's Boss" is divided into four sections and is filled with practical advice for all levels of multimedia owners.
This book will show you how you can give yourself the greatest gift ever - the gift of time."--Back cover.
Author: Catherine Allen
More Americans are choosing to take time off from work to relax or re-examine their priorities, so they can return to work energized. Some companies offer formal sabbatical programs, but how can the average person take time off to evaluate their direction, explore their passions, and make time for the things that are really important?Whether you're disillusioned with your career, yearning to follow a dream, or taking time out after a layoff, now is the time to step back and reboot. This book will show you how you can give yourself the best gift ever--the gift of time. People who take sabbaticals report feeling happier, and they return to their jobs refreshed, reinvigorated, and ready to tackle new challenges. Reboot Your Life draws upon the experiences of the four authors and their interview subjects: 200 people who have taken sabbaticals and 150 organizations offering sabbatical programs. The book includes real-life stories and exercises to help the reader figure out how to plan for and take a sabbatical, or how to use unexpected time off.
Rebooting AI provides a lucid, clear-eyed assessment of the current science and offers an inspiring vision of how a new generation of AI can make our lives better.
Author: Gary Marcus
Two leaders in the field offer a compelling analysis of the current state of the art and reveal the steps we must take to achieve a truly robust artificial intelligence. Despite the hype surrounding AI, creating an intelligence that rivals or exceeds human levels is far more complicated than we have been led to believe. Professors Gary Marcus and Ernest Davis have spent their careers at the forefront of AI research and have witnessed some of the greatest milestones in the field, but they argue that a computer beating a human in Jeopardy! does not signal that we are on the doorstep of fully autonomous cars or superintelligent machines. The achievements in the field thus far have occurred in closed systems with fixed sets of rules, and these approaches are too narrow to achieve genuine intelligence. The real world, in contrast, is wildly complex and open-ended. How can we bridge this gap? What will the consequences be when we do? Taking inspiration from the human mind, Marcus and Davis explain what we need to advance AI to the next level, and suggest that if we are wise along the way, we won't need to worry about a future of machine overlords. If we focus on endowing machines with common sense and deep understanding, rather than simply focusing on statistical analysis and gatherine ever larger collections of data, we will be able to create an AI we can trust—in our homes, our cars, and our doctors' offices. Rebooting AI provides a lucid, clear-eyed assessment of the current science and offers an inspiring vision of how a new generation of AI can make our lives better.
In a heat treatment furnace, a heat treatment chamber, means for enveloping
work in said chamber, cooling chamber ... train, resetting means, and means to
apply resetting force to the differential gearing to cause the power shaft to be
Author: Canada. Patent Office
The men operating the rivetting machines are responsible for some periodic
resetting work . Machine breakdowns or other peculiarities are to be reported to
the chargehand . The men , therefore , organize the work so as to minimize the ...
Author: Ray Wild
Category: Assembly-line methods
This device will be found very useful in resetting work in the chuck , as it serves to
bring the work in line with the ellipse generated by the mechanism . This form of
device is very handy for turning elliptical dies and punches , such as are used ...
Author: International Correspondence Schools
270 . 396. Discussion . The purpose in making this piece is to give practice in the
use of planers or shapers for machining flat surfaces ; to illustrate a method of
holding and resetting work ; to study the shapes of tools to use for planing cast
Author: William Payson Turner
Category: Machine-shop practice
This device will be found very useful in resetting work in the chuck, as it serves to
bring the work in line with the ellipse generated by the mechanism. This form of
device is very handy for turning elliptical dies and punches, such as are used by
Category: Drilling and boring
What hinders restarting work on the Shkoder motorway ? Bureaucracy holds up
restarting building the Fushëkrujë - Hani i Hotit motorway In 1989 intensive work
started on building the Fushekruje - Hani i Hotit motorway . ( Hani i Hotit is on the
Category: Europe, Eastern