Introduces two tools for reimagining effective work: a set of principles to transform our mindset and a process to follow. Part 3 in the Reimagining Effective Work report series.
In this season of enforced rest – “don’t travel,” “stay at home,” “maintain your social distance,” be careful, “the borders are closed” – we can either rail against the apparent injustice of it all or learn to ride the rhythm.
As COVID-19 began spreading across Europe and the United States in early March 2020, many firms had to enable remote working arrangements for employees suddenly. It won’t last.
A look at the changes in the how, where, why, when and what of work. And the implications of these changes for workers everywhere.
Work/life balance is the wrong way to think about it. Taking back life and hobbies and leisure and uninterrupted family time and disconnected vacations doesn’t need balance – it demands boundaries.
Four seconds spent badly results in 2.4 million seconds wasted. A story of an accident and its aftermath.
My eldest son and his wife welcomed their first child two weeks ago. This, by implication, makes me a grandpa. Here’s the poem I wrote for David, Bonnie and Shari.
Collaboration is a means to an end, not an end in itself. Review of the three pre-conditions for successful collaboration, and some comments on an article about interactional frequency in work design.
Will medical negligence apply in situations where health care providers have not taken sufficient precautions to enable recovery after a ransomware attack? Some thoughts on a recent situation in the United States.
Collaboration is not without its problems. Talk about collaboration focuses almost exclusively on the first definition of collaboration—“people working with other people to achieve a common outcome”—and ignores the second—“traitorous cooperation with an enemy, usually an occupying force.” Both are valid definitions. A brief consideration of nine downsides of collaboration.