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Dave Werner - Portfolio Center Seminar (October 2016)
 
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A seminar presentation I gave at Portfolio Center in Atlanta, GA on October 6, 2016. Stories include: Success Is A Darth Maul Mask, Cartoon Donald Trump, Making Time For The Bloody Baron, Why We Lost Ram Jam '98, I'm A Little Baby Bumblebee, The Backup Whiteboard, and Colin Farrell's House Party. Portfolio Center is the oldest and best-known portfolio school for communication arts in the country. It is a 2-year, full-time graduate level program which offers tracks in art direction, copywriting, graphic design, illustration, photography and web design. Founded in 1977, it was the first school of its kind and it is constantly evolving to stay ahead of a dynamic industry driven by cultural shifts and technological innovation. Learn more at http://portfoliocenter.edu. Subscribe on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=okaysamurai Twitter: https://twitter.com/okaysamurai Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/okaysamurai Website: http://okaysamurai.com
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College Class Day 2018
 
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Class Day is a student-orchestrated event that celebrates the graduating class, its achievements, and its unique contributions to the UChicago community. Class Day serves as an intimate celebration for graduating seniors to reflect on their undergraduate experience and time in the College. The ceremony features student speakers representing the graduating class, student and faculty awards, student photo and video montages, and a keynote address from a prominent guest speaker. Class Day takes place on the Friday before Convocation on the Main Quadrangle and serves as a kickoff for Convocation Weekend. Graduating seniors' families and guests are invited to attend. This year’s ceremony took place on June 8, 2018 and featured student speakers, Andrea Popova, Mark Meyer, and Priscilla Daboni; and invited guest speaker Valerie Jarrett, the longest-serving adviser to President Barack Obama and a distinguished senior fellow in the University of Chicago Law School.
Why You Should Treat Your Physical Space Like Software
 
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There is a popularized concept of using the lean approach when designing software. In this process you bring customers in, to test and iterate as you go along. Incremental changes are done instead of dumping all your eggs into one expensive basket. Basically, you make several small changes instead of just designing one thing and showing it to people. In the same way, our physical spaces don't have to be fixed, structured spaces, like cubicles. Now that cubicles are no longer in fashion, many organizations are spending money making new open work spaces. Companies should make small changes, test ideas, and collect feedback on what employees care about. If not, in the future, they will do that process all over again. A great example of designing spaces like software is Airbnb. I was fortunate to visit their offices in San Francisco, and saw what a phenomenal job they do at this. They test out ideas, make changes to office designs and layouts, and they really look at what employees value and care about. When something doesn't work, the necessary changes are made. That is an important way to think about the physical office layout that you have – the workplace is continuing to change, and as it changes, new concepts for productivity are being implemented. Maybe the office fad will go out of style. What is going to happen then? Instead of designing something, then giving it to employees, bring employees into the process. This is a good way for organizations to approach their physical space. When you give the power to employees to design the space that they want to see, you also give them the tools they want to use to work. Your organization has the opportunity to act as the enabler, the supporter for the employees. Employees will want to be in an environment they help create. Are your organizations going through design changes? How are they approaching their physical spaces? Leave a comment below! ----------------------------------------­------ ABOUT THE FUTURE IN FIVE The Future in Five is a regular video series where best-selling author, speaker, and futurist Jacob Morgan shares his ideas, insights, and commentary around the future of work in five minutes or less! Jacob Morgan is a keynote speaker, best-selling author (his most recent book is “The Future of Work”), and futurist. He explores how the world of work is changing and what employees, managers, and organizations need to do to adapt. You can also subscribe to Jacob’s newsletter to get weekly content on the future of work To work with Jacob or have him speak at your event visit TheFutureOrganization.com Website: http://www.thefutureorganization.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jacobm The Future of Work: Attract New Talent, Build Better Leaders and Create a Competitive Organization: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1118... The Future Organization Newsletter: http://www.thefutureorganization.com/...
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Lecture 18: People Skills-3: What Makes Others Like You?-2
 
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Dr. T. Ravichandran extends the previous lesson, and highlights some more important traits that have the potential to attract others to you. The key according to him is to convert all dislikeable traits into likeable traits in such a manner that your personality emanates positivity, beauty, and truth. According to Dr. Ravichandran, the positive traits highlighted in the two lessons are indispensable to enhancing one’s soft skills and personality. The entire effort put in transforming one’s dislikeable traits into likeable ones assumes unprecedented importance and applicability when one is able to not only bring about a positive change in self, but is also able to positively influence others, and thereby take a sure step towards leaving this world a bit better.