This week: corporate self-help, schadenfreude, tech broccoli, and real eyeopeners: our 2021 best business books for your Christmas list.
Revisiting working from home (WFH): part one of a series looking at shifting working practices, distributed and hybrid work.
This week: Basecamp banning employees having political and societal discussions at work points to new challenges for leaders deciding what their business stands for.
Business needs to account for how climate change will impact its bottom line.
COVID-19 is increasing the divide between companies that understand intangible assets and companies that don’t.
This week: generalising from unicorns, schadenfreude, self-help manifestos or true eye-openers, we review for you 2020’s best business books.
We look at how business models have changed in response to the pandemic with businesses seizing new opportunities, making emergency pivots or more sustained adaptations to how they deliver value for customers.
Crises like COVID-19 bring with them uncertainty from which new behaviours will emerge.
What are the two main questions that marketers should be considering during COVID-19?
With the COVID-19 lockdown has come a sudden and somewhat forced shift to remote working and adoption of digital collaborative work tools. Companies, wherever possible, are trying to move work online.
Productivity and remote working: what individuals and managers can do while working from home.
Using computer algorithms to make decisions about employees might seem like an objective management strategy, but it could actually give an inaccurate picture of productivity and compromise employees’ rights in the process.