Google just spent two years analyzing what makes their most effective teams more successful than the rest. Spoiler alert: it’s not the individual skills and achievements of their members—just about everyone at Google is a rock star.
Traditional 9 to 5 jobs will no longer satisfy most employees.
“Absurdly, our most important human affairs – marriage, child rearing, education, leadership – do best when there is occasional loss of control and an increase in personal vulnerability, times when we do not know what to do.” Richard Farson, Management of the Absurd.
Rena DeLevie argues that compassion in the boardroom has nothing to do with gender identity and everything to do with profitability.
What lies behind this “market does everything better” approach is the ongoing process of uneven globalisation, where indigenous peoples across the globe are used for corporate profits.
Professor Warren Blumenfeld wonders what, if any, responsibility do corporations have in marketing its products?
94% of employees agree that empathy improves leader successfulness.
Just because something is a fad does not necessarily make it a bad investment.