Nicholas Eberstadt is a political economist, demographer, American Enterprise Institute scholar, and an author.More than 7 million prime working age men in A...
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On this week’s episode of The New Way We Work Gleb Tsipursky explains why so many bosses and clashing with employees, why collaboration isn’t happening, and offers alternative ways to configure a hybrid work schedule.
In the age of AI, we need to design systems that put trust in the individual worker, says Diana Enríquez.
A Q&A with IDEO's Michelle Lee about about the importance of play at work, how to build design thinking into the employee experience, and how to optimize team-bonding efforts for maximum engagement.
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As support for the four-day working week grows, we wrestle with the culture of achievement and busyness, and feelings of guilt and accountability
A new book explains how devaluing emotional labor—disproportionately done by women and other disadvantaged groups—perpetuates inequality.
A new study highlights three forces shaping the future of work, and what sets the best teams apart from the chaos.
«So, what separates the synergy from the shambles? Turns out, a heavy dose of transparency, a shared understanding, and a little bit of intentional connection.»
Or: The Great Hybrid Productivity Freakout
ChatGPT and generative AI will change how we work, but how different is this to all the other waves of automation of the last 200 years? What does it mean for employment? Disruption? Coal consumption?
There is always a demand for more jobs. But what makes a job good? For that, Immanuel Kant has an answer
Forget the ideal of work/life balance – your needs and interests are much richer than that, and your life can be too
We all overestimate how much we know. Our guest tries a practice in slowing down to ask more questions, and finds it leads to higher quality connections.
«Think about the scenario from the perspective of a person who disagrees with you. Try to imagine how they came to believe what they believe:»
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