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Human and Machine: How to future-proof your career

Brian Fetherstonhaugh The Long View

Will your job be replaced by a machine in the near future?

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Surviving Disruption As A Non-Disruptor Brand

OgilvyOne Digital Transformation

How do you stay relevant as a big brand on its way to digital transformation?

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OgilvyOne boss Brian Fetherstonhaugh talks careers


Brian has been thinking about careers for decades and lecturing on the topic for the last dozen years at places like Yale, MIT, Harvard, Columbia, McGill and NYU. Here are some of the things he feels you might not be thinking about your career, but should be.

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Career Rocket Fuel: here’s what you really need to get right about work


Brian Fetherstonhaugh, Chairman and CEO for OgilvyOne Worldwide, spends a lot of time thinking and talking about careers. Here, he offers a detailed plan for each stage of work life, designed with long-term success in mind.

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A CEO’s Advice For The Third Chapter Of Your Career


Forbes interviews OgilvyOne CEO Brian Fetherstonhaugh about “passing the torch” in the 3rd phase of your career.

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The Three Phases of Careers: Where Are You and Where Should You Be?

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This article was originally posted on Careers are a lot longer than people think. Most of my undergrad and MBA students are in a great rush to get on with it. And they should but they need to take

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The Three Stages to Your Career

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Recently, Karl Moore of the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University with Talking Management for The Globe and Mail sat down with Brian Fetherstonhaugh, Chairman and CEO of OgilvyOne Worldwide, to discuss people and their career trajectories.

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Meeting David Ogilvy: A Copywriter’s Story

¬†One of my favorite people I met when I returned to OgilvyOne was copywriter Bill Groginsky. He shared with us this very visual story about how he met David Ogilvy. Makes me feel not only like I was “there” but

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