New trends in corporate learning and development for 2023

As companies step up the return to the office to support training and mentoring, new research from Quadmark explores key themes in corporate learning for the year ahead

Six rules for productivity from a polarising titan of business

In this report, we look at practical tips on performance from Elon Musk, one of the most controversial leaders of our age – and at the spectacular refurbishment of James Dyson’s Singapore HQ

Are voluntary ESG initiatives letting large firms off the hook?

This WORKTECH Academy briefing looks at research which suggests there is a growing gap between what companies are promising on preventing climate change and real action on the ground

Are women being left behind in the race for hybrid?

Our latest WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing examines how hybrid working might disadvantage women as they find themselves unable to climb the corporate ladder due to working from home

Happiest workers in the world? Scandinavia adapts to flex work

A region with a rich heritage of social democratic design shouldn’t be struggling with employee demands for flexible working. But a new survey from the Nordics shows there is still work to be done

Why strong leadership defines hybrid success – not technology

It is becoming clear that technology alone cannot create healthy hybrid working environments, leadership can play a critical role in making new ways of working a success

The age of experiment: why hybrid work strategies need to evolve

Companies instituting strict hybrid work polices have been facing backlash from employees who feel their needs aren’t being met. Leaders need to experiment, learn and evolve their policies to bridge this gap

Why sustainability needs to take top priority in business

In recent years ESG initiatives have been creeping up the list of priorities, but the pace of change is not happening quickly enough which could have a damaging impact on profit and staff retention