August 16, 2020
in WorkLife Balance
As we sit here in WNY in mid-August, thoughts turn to back to school. Other parts of the country are ahead of us for elementary through high school, but we are all pretty much on the same back to college schedule. And as I read the paper and scrolled through social media, I saw so many useful articles and comments that I thought I would aggregate them here – for family, friends, students and work colleagues.
April 30, 2020
in Future of Work, People, Roles, Technology
Throughout his career, Harvard professor Clayton Christensen produced groundbreaking management insights, including his 1997 book, The Innovator’s Dilemma. But when he died earlier this year, the quote we saw most often was, “Management is
November 22, 2019
in Future of Work, People, Roles
The majority of previous generations, including many of my own Gen-X peers, spent a significant portion of employees spent their careers working for a single employer, even if they didn’t retire with the watch or pension of the Mad Men era.
November 1, 2019
in Behaviors, Culture, Education, People
A few years ago, another consultant and I were discussing the use of the word “culture” to explain, describe or define workplaces, probably in the context of trying to change a culture.