Culture

Executives and employees at odds over new world of work

Our latest WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing looks at new research from IBM which shows a gaping chasm between company leaders and their staff over support and training for new ways of working

Day in the Life 2040: navigating the future of work

Imagine taking a crystal ball and describing what a typical day in the life might look like 20 years from now. Simon Elliot sets out some optimistic possibilities…

Getting ahead of the curve: three pillars for surviving Covid-19

The post-pandemic world of work is set to look very different, but the need to recruit and retain top talent remains the same. How can companies come out on top after the crisis?

Keep your lawyer close: how Covid-19 is changing the rules

In the fourth of a five-part series on the long-term impacts of the pandemic, Krupa Solanki of UnWork looks at the emerging effects of Covid-19 on the legal profession and legal processes

This changes everything: office life after the great return

In the third of a five-part series on the long-term impacts of the pandemic, Krupa Solanki of UnWork investigates who should return to the office and how they should behave

Defining rigid types can constrain culture

Will Covid-19 change the meaning of jobs, employment and vocation?

In the second of a five-part series on the long-term impacts of the pandemic, Krupa Solanki of UnWork looks at how the value systems around work itself are being reappraised

Sydney talks the talk

What are they thinking? Inside the mind of business leaders today

Business leaders have more than the immediate coronavirus crisis to contend with - they're wrestling with wider workplace change. Condeco’s new report, The Modern Workplace, suggests some of their priorities

Relearning leadership: the art of inspiring remote teams

In our weekly WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing, we feature the thoughts of US Army General Stanley McChrystal in leading people through an era of crisis and complexity