Aug 05, 2020
Flexible Work is in our Human Nature

Why we may never go back to the office as we know it… Can you recognise this office? I recently shared this picture at a speaker gig and asked the audience if they knew which Australian office this is. After various well-known brands were volunteered as guesses, I revealed that what we are looking at […]

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Jul 28, 2020
Comfort Zones | The Final Frontier

Pushing through your own personal edge Well here we are, a new dawn and a new day. Many still hold on tight to an old notion of the world we locked out, sent home and quarantined until further notice as the rest of us look forward, tracing opportunities out of an unfamiliar business landscape as […]

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Jul 15, 2020
The Culture War of our Era

The impact of globalisation on our sense of identity As the world is held in a fixed trance, captivated by Hunger Game style news reports of statistics and COVID-19 curves, many of us may have missed a crucial leap forward in our global mission to colonise Mars. On 30 July 2020, SpaceX launched astronauts into […]

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Jul 07, 2020
Quantifying the Value of Change Management

How you start is how you finish With the dawn of a new financial year, many organisations find themselves under increased pressure to create value in a post-COVID-19 world where budgets are under immense strain. Leaders who may have previously gotten by with short term thinking and band-aid solutions currently face the highest level of […]

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Jun 30, 2020
In a galaxy of Generalists vs Specialists, be a UNICORN

It’s time to rethink siloed roles in the Age of Connectedness Last week our community found itself in an intergalactic debate that has been waging on for decades. On the one side of the debate, specialist troopers from the Information Age hold on fiercely to their degrees, doctorates and accreditations insisting that hyper-specialisation is needed […]

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Jun 23, 2020
The Paradigm Series | Part 3: The future paradigm of the spaces we live and work in

Voice of the Community: Maria Recaman Through my Paradigm series I have referred to the concept of a paradigm as a pair of glasses with coloured lenses that we are constantly using to make sense of the world around us. Depending on its features, we see and understand reality in a specific way. In Part 2, […]

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Jun 16, 2020
The Paradigm Series | Part 2: Should the World Change or We Change?

Voice of the Community: Maria Recaman Part 1 of this series set the foundation on the importance of shifting paradigms amidst a global pandemic. For those who are starting with part 2 of my series, part 1 key points were: A paradigm is a specific way of understanding the world around us Our brain uses shortcuts […]

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Jun 09, 2020
The Paradigm Series | Part 1: The Power of Shifting Paradigms

Voice of the Community: Maria Recaman In 1962, Thomas Kuhn, an American physicist turned philosopher, transformed the world with his book The Structure of Scientific Revolutions. Among other remarkable things, he’s considered as one of the most influential philosophers of the twentieth century. He popularised the concept of paradigm and coined its contemporary meaning. So, what […]

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May 20, 2020
Falling forwards into a Post-COVID-19 world

Why going back to the way things were is not a viable option for us… This week has seen significant easing of restrictions in Australia with our government launching a three step approach on the road to recovery. As disruptive and significant as the lockdown has been for us personally, professionally and economically, the silver […]

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May 12, 2020
Collaborative Technology: Five tools that kept our clients engaged during COVID-19

With all eyes firmly looking towards the road out of lock-down, we at Earth2Mars have been grateful for COVID-19 for shining the light on archaic beliefs and myths around workplace policies, autonomous collaboration, and technology. For both our clients and our own business, we have seen unprecedented growth and opportunity in this pandemic to recalibrate […]

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