Zahira Jaser wrote an article for the journal Leadership titled The connecting leader: Aligning leadership theories to managers’ issues. Continue reading “Middle Management as Connecting Leaders”
Julie Winkle Giulioni wrote a blog post titled Careers in crisis: Developing employees despite the chaos. Continue reading “Developing employees despite the chaos”
Ethan Bernstein, Hayley Blunden, Andrew Brodsky, Wonbin Sohn, and Ben Waber wrote an article for Harvard Business Review titled The Implications of Working Without an Office (July 15, 2020). Continue reading “Harvard Business Review: The Implications of Working Without an Office”
Melinda Byerley interviewed Tom Peters for the Stayin’ Alive In Technology podcast. Continue reading “Tom Peters interview during Coronavirus shutdown”
Deutsche Welle (DW) has an article titled Representing workers, the German way which explains the “co-determination” (Mitbestimmung) system and works councils (Betriebsräte). Continue reading “Co-determination: German corporate governing boards include employees”
Adriana Stan and Tom Goodwin wrote an article for World Economic Forum titled This is what’s wrong with Human Resources – and how to change it. Continue reading “What’s wrong with Human Resources”
Justin Bariso, author of EQ Applied, wrote an article for Inc. titled Google Spent a Decade Researching What Makes a Great Boss. It Came Up With These 10 Things. Continue reading “The habits of effective managers at Google”
Claire Cain Miller and Sanam Yar wrote a New York Times article titled Young People Are Going to Save Us All From Office Life.
« When Pew Research Center asked which work arrangement would be most helpful to people, young people were more likely than older people to say the flexibility to choose when they worked. Of people 18 to 29, men were more likely than women to say it, and people without children at home were as likely as parents to say it. » Continue reading “Young People Are Going to Save Us All From Office Life”
Lizzie Benton wrote an article for SME Magazine titled 5 Simple Ways to Tell Your Team Are Disengaged.
« In the UK alone disengaged employees cost organisations an estimated £52 billion per year in lost productivity, and with recent reports from Gallup that 73% of the UK workforce claim to feel disengaged, it’s no surprise that many organisations want to turn the tide on the disengagement data. » Continue reading “73% of the UK workforce claim to feel disengaged”