A new book by Harvard social psychologist Robert Livingston aims to show people “how to turn difficult conversations about race into productive instances of real change.”
A data scientist on how to address burnout and communications challenges, and a look at the financial cost of going “virtual first.”
Stefanie Tignor, Humu’s head of data science and insights, on workers’ mindset right now and how burnout will eventually lead people to leave.
While some critics will challenge his assumptions, Gates’ framework for assessing what should be prioritized is useful.
An interview with economist Noreena Hertz, and a look at how some real-estate companies are already back at the office.
Some of the plans for returning to workplaces could inadvertently exacerbate loneliness, according to Noreena Hertz, an economist and author The Lonely Century.
Almost a year later, what do we really know about how to manage remote work better? And how can we best prepare for the hybrid work arrangements that many businesses are anticipating post-pandemic?
Tips from Tsedal Neeley, a Harvard Business School professor who studies virtual workforces and has a book called Remote Work Revolution due out in March.
A book by two long-time Amazon insiders describes its unique management practices and how others could adopt them.
An interview with investor Elad Gil, a look at Salesforce’s new policies around remote work, and more.