Future of Work.

Future of Work
The concept of humans and bots working together means our efficiency toolset is continuously evolving as we harness the power of AI and machine learning tools, increasing business agility.

New technology is continuously driving innovation. With advances in technology and software, we've seen an emergence of no code and low code platforms. All businesses will soon be defined as software businesses as we move toward an era of software-defined everything. New tools and technology open a range of questions about future jobs and the future of work, the future of technology, and the future of learning.

Tips and tricks on how to prepare your team to work remotely

Brodie O'Carroll, 26 February 2021

Working remotely is seemingly a benefit brought to us by 2020 with many companies and employees embracing the “work from home” work style. However, making the switch can be tricky, especially if you are a collaboration based team, like in software development.

What are the best work from home collaboration tools?

Indi Tansey, 01 May 2020

These are the collaboration tools that I’m finding really helpful as I make the transition to remote working in this new future of work. From virtual whiteboards to digital approvals there is a tool to make your remote life easier!

What are the SDGs and why should I care?

Indi Tansey, 19 February 2020

What if 3 letters have the power to save the world? Technology, purpose and SDGs collide in this article explaining the Sustainable Development Goals, how to apply them to your business and why we all need to care.

The path to becoming a purpose-led business in the future of work

Indi Tansey, 10 January 2020

In January 2020, our co-founder and Community Host Indi Tansey attended the Digital Life Design 2020 (#DLD20) Conference in Munich, Germany and the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland to explore all things future and sustainability.

What is the future of learning? How technology will affect the future of education and work.

Tessa Holland, 19 November 2019

The influx of digital learning platforms is reshaping both the way we educate, and our capacity for learning. This article explores the future of learning and how new technology affects future jobs.

Why you should never stop learning: the future of work is continuous learning.

Brodie O'Carroll, 30 August 2019

The average person changes jobs 12 times in their career; learning has become an essential part of our existence. People need to learn new knowledge and skills in order to adapt, evolve and survive.

The Unicorn's path is paved in software

Leo Mylonas, 06 April 2018

To become a Fortune 500 company: build a custom software application and scale. This is how Airbnb and Uber became the world’s largest hotel and taxi companies.

Future of work: Australian founders are increasingly young, women and foreign-born

Indi Tansey, 18 December 2017

Startup Muster’s 2017 report is chock full of interesting facts and figures. For example, did you know 2.4% of 2017 founders are over 60 years old? Now you do. Here’s another 3 (even more interesting) tidbits from Startup Muster 2017.

The future of work

Indi Tansey, 30 November 2017

In the past several decades there has been a tech-wave that has ushered in a virtually new world.

Custom software solutions are no longer optional: adapt or perish

Eban Escott, 27 October 2017

A couple of separate technology stacks might have done the trick a decade ago, but the economy has changed, and APIs are key to keeping up with this change.

The new generation of software engineers who can't code

Indi Tansey, 28 July 2017

For the non-technical, simply hearing the word ‘code’ is enough to scare and disinterest the masses. This stigma is hurting the industry - people are too reliant on techies to code and develop when they actually have (most of) the skills needed.