Need inspiration? Watch the re:Work 2016 event videos

Need inspiration? Watch the re:Work 2016 event videos
Check out what some of the leading academics, business leaders, and pioneers are saying about the future of work, people analytics, and how we can all make work better.

In April 2016 the re:Work team gathered leaders from across industries and across the globe to talk about the future of work. Below are videos from their talks, which can also be found on our re:Work YouTube channel.

Here's what the day looked like:

Welcome keynotes:

Work in progress - Most people think it take buckets of money, infinite technical acumen, and crazy resources to innovate, but does it? This session looks at how innovation really happens, how to address the root cause of a problem, the positive sides of routines and processes, and the tiny tweaks that can lead to big changes at work.

Plays well with others - Pod. Work group. Committee. Autonomous collective. Whatever you call it, you're probably part of it wherever you work: a team. The best lessons about teams come from unexpected places; from inside the writing rooms in Hollywood, to the halls of academia, to outer space (seriously).

Say again? - You do the research. You get the insight. You write the report. You're done! Not so fast...our brains only process 40 of the 11 million bits of information they're exposed to every second. So how do you capture your employees' attention, ensure they understand what you've found, and then inspire them to change their behavior?

The next big ideas - New research from up and coming students and scholars.

Brains behaving badly - So many of the decisions made at work have moral and ethical implications -- like whom to hire and whom to promote -- and those decisions are often shaped in surprising ways. How do our brains both create and react to bad behavior in the workplace? How can we hack our brains to improve the quality of the choices we make and the consequences that results?

The hard thing about the right thing - You've heard the theories, the research, and the insights. Now what? How do you take it all back to your workplaces, dig in, and drive change? How do you break norms and deconstruct habits?

Closing conversation