The authors of a new book suggest tactics for changing a meeting-driven corporate culture.
The practices of astronauts offer a model for successfully adapting to remote and hybrid work.
Tanusree Jain and Louis Brennan
In the context of remote work, leaders must reconsider conventional delegation methods.
Lebene Soga, Ben Laker, Yemisi Bolade-Ogunfodun, and Marcello Mariani
Virtual, tech-mediated collaboration carries risks of isolation, exclusion, surveillance, and self-censorship.
Lebene Soga, Yemisi Bolade-Ogunfodun, and Ben Laker
Leaders can help employees build the social connections that weakened during the pandemic by addressing three key areas.
Jennifer J. Deal and Alec Levenson
Mapping employees’ working relationships can help guide leaders’ decisions about post-pandemic work models.
Rob Cross and Peter Gray
New hires are at risk of losing the subtly communicated knowledge shared through in-person work.
Collaborating remotely can improve creativity in ways that many teams didn’t realize pre-pandemic.
Organizations have become flexible about where and when employees work. But there are trade-offs.
Managing home-office working will require a combination of technology deployment and job redesign.