Before we short sell the commercial real estate market, let us pause and reflect. Now is the time to be thoughtful about what permanent remote work means for staff, employers and the future of work itself.
Posts By Wagish Bhartiya
The pandemic forced many white-collar jobs out of offices and into basements, kitchens and bedrooms. But as the pandemic has evolved, numerous tech firms have decided to fully embrace having their employees work from home – some of them permanently.
There is no better time to reevaluate how we live, how we learn, and how we work. One workplace norm that should be examined closely is the use of timesheets in a knowledge economy.
Today, more than ever, an appreciation of the richness of foreign languages can guide those in and around government. Three German words, if embraced by government officials, can transform policy and politics.
33 years ago, the Montreal Protocol laid the foundation for governments across the globe to coordinate action against a common threat. Today, in the face of COVID-19 and climate change, we need a new Montreal Protocol.
The cause-and-effect dynamic with the pandemic is hard to discern among all the noise. Let’s amplify the message that we have the ability to exert control over what happens. Mitigating the spread of COVID-19 is within our control. Make the linkages between good behaviors and good outcomes a core part of the broader communications signal.
If fully embraced by those working to advance agency missions and improve the lives of citizens through technology, I believe these three simple words have the power to transform.
Far too often we make bad decisions because we fail to take the right perspective. Zooming out and creating emotional, physical, and time-based distance from our decisions is proven to unlock better decision-making.
Product designers continue to push the frontier of understanding the user. This improves the usability of our systems and solutions. But at what point does it become the responsibility of the designer to drive habits and behaviors that the end user actually wants.
Everyone wants to be a great leader. Trouble is, no one knows what “leadership” means. Come learn three tips to improve yourself as a leader.