Since the start of my career I’ve witnessed considerable change in the way that we work and how we manage our people. I’ve been lucky to work and experience some very different and contrasting industries, but I’ve generally found that whatever the nature of a business or organisation, they are...
This article offers excerpts from an absolutely must-read publication by The B Team, one of Sir Richard Branson's many philanthropic ventures. If you care about the future of work and its impact on people, planet and profits, you'll want to download and snuggle in with the full report.
Putting on a happy face doesn't just make you more likeable; it can also good for your career.
Did you smile at the photo of the child smiling? Did you feel better afterward? I did. Challenge yourself to smile more and not only will you be happy, but those around you will be too.
Walking while at work is even healthier than standing still. But can you actually work while walking? The research says "yes."
This research actually surprised me. I certainly understand the health benefits of treadmill desks, but I've questioned the performance impact. Glad to see some real research here.
We talked about open offices, emotional ergonomics, and more at last week’s Work Design TALK in Tyson’s Corner.
It's a big debate. Always connected? Always on? Is it good or bad? Opinions differ.
While federal managers are enthusiastic about the power of digital technology in the workplace, others worry it’s actually upended a healthy sense of work-life balance.
The article suggests a policy solution, but I think it's bigger than that. Culture eats policy for breakfast as someone famous said. That's the key here.