Reading time – 7 mins
The commute is now returning to the daily routine of employees. It’s time for organisations to investigate both the drivers and sentiments employees have with the commute to assist their future workplace strategies.
Reading Time: 10mins
Organisations must be empathetic, adaptable, and reactive to the dramatic changes they face; generational differences and the need for a fully inclusive workplace are just two in a long list they need to be aware of.
Reading time: 7 mins
Kurt Lewin’s change model explains why employees embraced the change to remote working at the beginning of the pandemic; there was a clear perception that change was needed. Finding the ‘why’ behind your change will be harder this time around.
Reading Time: 6 mins
The return to the office debate is in vogue right now. It’s an obsession for many; and while a handful of notable businesses have announced a remote-first policy, most have signalled intentions to create a hybrid form of working.
Reading time: 5 mins
Why are creativity and innovation comparable to muddling long-term relationships and bad farmers? A professor of innovation explains what we get wrong about these concepts – and how we can get it right.
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