The Paradox of Planning / Uncertainty Survival Skills

Title sounds cool, eh? It’s actually simple: make a plan if you can, have a growth mindset toward uncertainty, improvise effectively when things didn’t work as planned. LOL. I was once received a feedback from someone because I rarely planned things in detail. My excuse was usually to give rooms for improvisation / impromptu ideas … Continue reading The Paradox of Planning / Uncertainty Survival Skills

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No, Not Again! – and Things We Could Get from the Past

I met some of my best friends last night. We played bowling, had dinner, and continued with some beers and talks. By talks, obviously I address to the discussion about what we did together in certain period of time – in the past. Interestingly, a friend of mine quoted such nice words: “the past is … Continue reading No, Not Again! – and Things We Could Get from the Past

HR/HC, Digitalization, and the Rise of Useless (or better use Precariat) Class

Spending few hours in Senayan area yesterday, I had a very nice discussion with an HR leader, in which she asked my opinion on digitalization of HR and work in general. She started with this question: “Do you believe that digitalization is the right thing for the future of HR (and work)?”. I mean, yeah, … Continue reading HR/HC, Digitalization, and the Rise of Useless (or better use Precariat) Class

Adding the ‘Fun’ Element (into Your Workplace)

Why do you work? To earn money, to self-actualize yourself, to find meanings, to gain more knowledge and experiences, or simply to be you? Whatever that is, don’t ever let what you’re doing obstructs you to have fun. I know lots of companies and organizations offer their employees such ‘fun workplaces’ with various facilities (game-center, … Continue reading Adding the ‘Fun’ Element (into Your Workplace)