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New Work: Sovereignty in the Postdigital Age

Turning Point for Entrepreneurs, HR Professionals, Coaches and Employees

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Overview

  • New Work and (Post-)Digitalisation as Megatrends
  • Special expertise of the authors in Positive Psychology & linking it with New Work

Part of the book series: essentials (ESSENT)

Part of the book sub series: Springer essentials (SE)

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The essential introduces the New Work idea, the core of which is to pursue work that one "really, really wants". This approach is updated with regard to the three areas of individual, organization and society. Special consideration is given to findings from positive psychology and strength-oriented organizational research. With reference to examples and scientific findings, innovative working time models, organizational forms and management practices are presented. Finally, New Work is discussed in the context of progressive social ideas such as basic income, breathing life courses and post-growth.



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Authors and Affiliations

  • Universität Trier, Trier, Germany

    Benjamin Berend, Michaela Brohm-Badry

About the authors

Dr Benjamin Berend is a research associate at the Chair of Learning and Instruction at the University of Trier. He is a founding member of the German Society for Positive Psychological Research (DGPPF).

Prof. Dr. Michaela Brohm-Badry holds the Chair of Learning and Instruction at the University of Trier. She is President of the DGPPF.


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