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Management, Leadership & The Future Of Work!

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Participate in promoting the best management techniques, the most effective leadership styles, and the works of the future.
The world of work is changing exponentially. Most organizations will not support international competition, will not overcome the current economic crisis, nor that inherent in Covid-19, and will not be ready to face the challenges of the markets of the third millennium. Do you want to be part of the world of work of tomorrow with your organization? Sign up for Lastdayparty, read existing ideas and participate in the Management, Leadership, and Future of Work idea management campaign!

This campaign is aimed at organizations, be it a company, a non-profit organization or a government body.

Through collective intelligence, Lastdayparty puts at your disposal a virtual intellectual salon, in which the best trends come to light to be adopted methodically, inspiring you the success you deserve in your work and supporting the achievement of the objectives and the perenniality of your organization.

The way we manage, lead and work in modern organizations is constantly evolving and changing. By participating in this idea management campaign, we will be able to collect, discuss, evaluate and promote the best management techniques, the most fruitful leadership styles and the jobs that will be most in demand in the near future.

This is made possible thanks to:
• the participation of managers, entrepreneurs, engineers, lawyers, as well as experts from various sectors, coming from many parts of the world;
• the help of artificial intelligence tools, which allow the search for similar contents or their aggregation;
• the evaluations of a multidisciplinary evaluation jury, which allows the identification of the best contents through advanced criteria and systems.

In order to prepare you to participate as an active member, sponsor or partner of the Management, Leadership and Future of Work campaign, we invite you to read the summary of what these terms have taken in modern times:

Management (or managing) is the administration of an organization, whether it is a business, a not-for-profit organization, or government body. Management includes the activities of setting the strategy of an organization and coordinating the efforts of its employees (or of volunteers) to accomplish its objectives through the application of available resources, such as financial, natural, technological, and human resources. The term "management" may also refer to those people who manage an organization - managers.

Leadership is both a research area and a practical skill encompassing the ability of an individual, group or organization to "lead", influence or guide other individuals, teams, or entire organizations. Often viewed as a contested term, specialist literature debates various viewpoints, contrasting Eastern and Western approaches to leadership, and also (within the West) North American versus European approaches.
U.S. academic environments define leadership as "a process of social influence in which a person can enlist the aid and support of others in the accomplishment of a common task". Others have challenged the more traditional managerial view of leadership which believes that it is something possessed or owned by one individual due to their role or authority, and instead advocate the complex nature of leadership which is found at all levels of the institution, both within formal and informal roles.
Studies of leadership have produced theories involving traits, situational interaction, function, behavior, power, vision and values, charisma, and intelligence, among others.

Work or labour (or labor) is intentional activity people perform to support themselves, others, or the needs and wants of a wider community. Alternatively, work can be viewed as the human activity that contributes (along with other factors of production) towards the goods and services within an economy.
Work is fundamental to all societies, but can vary widely within and between them, from gathering in natural resources by hand, to operating complex technologies that substitute for physical or even mental effort by many human beings. All but the simplest tasks also require specific skills, equipment or tools, and other resources (such as s material for manufacturing goods). Cultures and individuals across history have expressed a wide range of attitudes towards work. Outside of any specific process or industry, humanity has developed a variety of institutions for situating work in society.
Besides objective differences, one culture may organize or attach social status to work roles differently from another. Throughout history, work has been intimately connected with other aspects of society and politics, such as power, class, tradition, rights, and privileges. Accordingly, the division of labor is a prominent topic across the social sciences, as both an abstract concept and a characteristic of individual cultures.

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