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Are you interested in smarter working? Do you or your workforce carry out tasks away from the office - and do you have the managerial and technical know-how to get the best from them?

In The Smarter Working Manifesto, Philip Vanhoutte and Guy Clapperton talk to the experts, the practitioners, the managers, the academics, and recommend best practices for making more money out of a happier workforce. People can be in charge of their own workplace, they can work to their own timetable and their company can benefit.

Read this book to find out:

• Why we work where we do - and why it's changing • How to evaluate and improve your workplace • How to get the most out of a remote workforce • How to build a virtual team • How to make your organization more profitable and smarter

The authors have drawn on experience internationally to create the definitive work on how to build the best workplace, both on and off your premises, for the 21st century.

www.smarterworkingmanifesto.com

Biographie de l'auteur

Guy Clapperton is a senior journalist and commentator on business and technology. He writes on smarter working for the Guardian and elsewhere and is the author of two social media books; he is also an international speaker and Fellow of the Professional Speaking Association, UK and Ireland. Philip Vanhoutte is VP and managing director of Plantronics Europe, Middle East and Africa and has personally spearheaded his company’s move into complete smarter working – and seen the solid business benefits that accrue.

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Un manifeste à lire absolument pour un retour d'expérience appréciable sur l'impact des nouvelles technologies et des nouveaux modes de travail sur l'environnement de travail pour plus de bien-être et de qualité de vie!
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Ou comment organiser et prendre conscience que l'espace de travail est important. Ce livre permet de réfléchir sur la façon de concevoir et organiser son lieu de travail.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Key considerations for workplace design and flexible working arrangements 12 juin 2014
Par John Gibbs - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Why do you go to work every day, and why travel somewhere at all? Is it necessarily the best place to perform the tasks your organization requires of you? What is the best way to design a workplace? How can flexible and work-from-home arrangements be effective for an organization? These and many similar questions are addressed by Guy Clapperton and Philip Vanhoutte in this book.

The authors discuss in some detail the differing needs for work space zones for focused individual work, group discussions and presentations, contemplation, and face-to-face communication. Acoustic design is a very important although frequently neglected consideration. There are many work space types to choose from, including quiet rooms, quiet areas, collaboration areas, social hubs, inspiring spaces, neutral ground, transition spaces, and home or hotel rooms.

Although some organizations have adopted a virtual model of working, some form of physical workspace is, in the opinion of the authors, crucial for most businesses. Home-working has been made increasingly possible by broadband networks and technology, but technology alone is not sufficient to enable an effective virtual organization; some complex human re-engineering is also required.

Most managers would prefer to leave issues of workplace design to architects, and get on with running their businesses. However, management is about managing people, and workplace design, particularly in the context of telecommuting and flexible work arrangements, is increasingly a key people issue. In my view this book, although it is not as neatly structured as I would have liked, is a very useful resource.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 What do you do, and why do you do it there? 6 novembre 2014
Par Andrew S. Rogers - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I've read a number of books about remote working, broadly defined, and how people can find the work arrangements that produce the best results for them and their employers. Most of these books can be placed somewhere on the following graph: One axis runs from books designed for managers and employees of existing companies, on one end, to self-employed entrepreneurs on the other. The other axis runs from manifestos making an outspoken case for "the new world of work" or similar, to extremely practical, how-to-do-the-work reviews of software applications and the like.

"The Smarter Working Manifesto" is unquestionably written for employees and managers, so that part of the placement is easy enough. But despite the word "manifesto" in the title, the book stretches broadly along the other axis, containing as it does both the intellectual case and the practical how-to for creating the best, most productive physical and cultural environments for getting work done.

My use of the plural "environments" in the previous sentence was intentional. For while authors Guy Clapperton and Philip Vanhoutte are enthusiastic defenders of getting out of the office, they don't see, or sell, remote working as a one-size-fits-all solution. "Smarter working isn't about getting rid of the office," Clapperton writes in his introduction. "It's about getting rid of having only one option" (p. 23). A good portion of this book, in fact, is about office design -- how to literally construct workspaces to maximize productivity for information work (as befits, perhaps, Vanhoutte's perspective as a VP of audio technology company Plantronics, there's a surprising but welcome emphasis on the noise of the modern workplace and how to contain it). I particularly appreciated the part of this discussion titled "Your workspace, your brand," which argues the self-evident (but apparently controversial?) point that a company's physical spaces say a lot about what the company -- and particularly the company's leaders -- believe to be important. "Your office," the authors write, "should be not only functional but a pleasure for the right employee to visit; they may work remotely, but coming into base should feel like some sort of treat" (p. 95).

Though the section on office design may be the most unusual and distinctive part of "The Smarter Working Manifesto," it's only some of the ground the authors cover. Another key section explores building, equipping, and sustaining virtual teams, with emphasis on the importance of trust between managers and managed: "The need is to jettison the traditional employer-employee relationship in which the employer buys the staff's time and effort for money, and convert it into a productive working community based on positive contribution and mutual benefit" (p. 141). Again, this section includes both theory and practical steps, and many real-world examples.

Overall, this is one of the most idea-dense books I've yet come across on these topics. Yet it's also readable and engaging, and filled with practical "action points" a reader can put to work, even if you don't manage your company's facilities budget. And if you do, so much the better.
3.0 étoiles sur 5 Working Flexibility Redefined! 26 mai 2014
Par O. Halabieh - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
The Smarter Working Manifesto, is about the evolution of "space, technology and people management" to make business business more effective.
At the heart of this lies the principle of "working flexibly" from a space perspective, where it's appropriate including the office. Defying the one space fits all traditional approach that most organizations follow today. Four types of spaces are recognized as being acoustically distinct and needed: Spaces to Concentrate, Spaces to Collaborate, Spaces to Contemplate and Spaces to Communicate. Each space is optimal for a particular type of task, whether it is a birth of an idea, reflective thinking, collaboration or refueling.
In addition to the work space, technology is a key enabler of smarter working, as it has become more ubiquitous for personal use. Providing the workforce with appropriate support and training to leverage the technology effectively can significantly improve their effectiveness. The same goes for the soft skills required for working in a distributed fashion. An example of that is speech impact for virtual collaboration.
Last but not least, management is also transformed by smarter working, whether in career development or performance management. Throughout the book, the theme of trust re-appears as being essential for the move towards this new work dynamic.
An interesting read on changes within the workplace. My only criticism is that this book is based mostly on the transformational journey that Plantronics underwent towards working flexibly. While it does provide a concrete working case study, it is only one example and second it is a more recent one so it would be interesting to see how the journey continues over the next few years.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Real strategies for changing organizations and work 5 juillet 2014
Par Ryan S. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Thoughtful take on the hot-topic of remote work. The authors introduce original ideas on how facilities, IT, and HR can work together to drive real cultural change and improved happiness/productivity for employees. Great models throughout the book and a good balance between the individual and the company. A little dry at moments, but what they lack in excitement they more than make up for in substance. I highly recommend for anyone interested in changing how their company operates.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Lots of practical advice. Not a lot of fluff. 31 juillet 2014
Par Noah Fleming - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle
This is a great booked filled with practical information. It's easy to understand and cuts right to the chase.

The workplace is continuously changing and companies are allowing employees to work from home or in the local starbucks. This book shows organizations how to navigate these ever-changing waters.
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