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In the last century, living, working and learning environments were intentionally kept apart. Family issues were left at home and almost never discussed at work, at least not outside the lunchroom. The work environment was designed in linear, assembly-line fashion. Learning took place in a classroom. Fast-forward to the knowledge age and you will see that more of your work takes place at home. More of your learning takes place at work. You can live, work and learn virtually anywhere: at the office, coffee shop, airport lounge or beach house. The bottom line: Organizations can no longer focus strictly on working, while ignoring living and learning. The enterprise of the future must bring all three of those areas into balance.
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