The specific cultural factors that predict whether employees are happy (and will stay) aren’t what you might think.
Businesses that don’t understand the connection between business transformation and culture change risk obsolescence.
Rose Hollister, Kathryn Tecosky, Michael Watkins, and Cindy Wolpert
Organizations are trying to bridge their need for connectivity with people’s hunger for flexibility.
In this webinar, speakers discuss the benefits and pitfalls of monitoring in-person and remote workers.
Michael Schrage, David Kiron, and Allison Ryder
When managing a merger, pay attention to political disparities.
Dawn Chow, Christodoulos Louca, Andreas Petrou, and Andreas Procopiou
Moderna’s chief data and AI officer explains how AI helped the pharma company develop a COVID-19 vaccine in record time.
Sam Ransbotham and Shervin Khodabandeh
Early analysis suggests that three networking behaviors can drive inclusion in organizations.
Rob Cross, Kevin Oakes, and Connor Cross
Companies have a unique opportunity to rebuild employees’ social connections when they return to in-person work.
Jeffrey Sanchez-Burks and Maxim Sytch
The hub-and-spoke model of work offers a middle ground between packed offices and the isolation of working at home.
New hires are at risk of losing the subtly communicated knowledge shared through in-person work.
It benefits both workers and companies when leaders proactively support employees’ mental health and wellness.
Benjamin Laker and Thomas Roulet
Employees at all levels can be leaders in an organization that fosters a purpose-drive culture.