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Community Insights Managing The Future of Work

Coaching Is the Antidote For the “Great Resignation”

Embracing remote work policies permanently won’t be enough. Effective retention strategies must evolve alongside shifting workforce trends, and prioritize growth, fulfillment, and belonging.   More

Jobs The Future of Work The Pandemic

Workers Unite

Now that they’ve tasted the sweet cheese of working from home, the rat race has less appeal.   More

Global Tech Startup Culture The Future of Work

Canada’s Tech Scene Is Having A Moment: Pay Attention

Canada has firmly arrived on the global tech stage.The success is anything but overnight, and its secret sauce — quality of life, deep talent pool, great governance — isn’t going away.   More

Inclusion Jobs Partner Insights The Future of Work

What Apprenticeships Can Do for Companies – and for Workers

With many saying the market isn’t supplying enough skilled workers, companies are building their own pipeline via apprentice programs.   More

Analytics & Data Business Partner Insights The Future of Work

For IT Transformation, Put People First

Most of the talk and action around digital transformation centers on the technology that is required to propel a business forward in a competitive market or to pivot to a new business model. But are we focusing enough attention on the people and skills that are needed to help transform an organization?   More

Analytics & Data Innovation Partner Insights The Future of Work

What IT Leaders Learned–and Gained–In the Pandemic: BMC’s CEO Executive Council

BMC hosts a regular “Executive Council” with senior executives of a small number of clients. A recent virtual discussion honed in on lessons learned from the pandemic and where things head from here.   More

Inclusion Leadership The Future of Work

The Pipeline Isn’t the Problem

Companies need to look inward to their own culture instead of outward to the pipeline.   More

Jobs Leadership The Future of Work

Not Going Back: New Survey Finds Giant Worker Reservations About the Office

How will the current work-from-home model impact workplace protocols moving forward? And how radically will the traditional office environment shift as corporate America reopens for business?   More

Media & Marketing The Future of Work

Raskin’s Special Awards for Virtual Events Platforms

The gold rush is on to move live events and conferences online. These are some companies to consider if you want to host an event in this stay-at-home era. The list of companies claiming to turn your event virtual is vast, but I found these to be the pick of the litter.   More

Partner Insights Tech & Society The Future of Work

Will a New Model for Work Emerge from the Covid Crisis?

Work and how people do it is being transformed before our eyes. In this fraught transition, these experts all see a unique opportunity to create a system that is better both for companies and for workers.   More

Security & Privacy Tech & Society The Future of Work

A Boomer Zoomer Talks to Zoom’s Chief Product Officer

Oded Gal is Chief Product Officer at Zoom. Raskin spoke with him the morning after her family’s Zoom Passover Seder and right after a morning Zoom gym class.   More

Community Insights Design Resilience The Future of Work

The Office is Dead. Long Live the Office.

The social construct most affected by COVID-19 is office work. When we return to offices, the standards and norms the govern how we work will have irrevocably changed.   More

Business Community Insights The Future of Work

Workers Want Real Corporate Social Responsibility. Not Greenwashing.

The emerging workforce is particularly discerning, and principled, so companies should carefully build credible social impact programs—and explain the rationale.   More

Community Insights Opinion The Future of Work

Tech Boosts Corporate Profits. What’s It Doing for Workers?

Technology is expanding opportunities for many consumers, but it’s also raising dangerously complicated issues for workers. The author outlines specific things we must do to protect—and empower—people in the workplace.   More

Business The Future of Work

The Gig Economy is Here to Stay. Employers, Get Ready.

Nearly 45 million Americans work in the gig economy--and who they are may surprise you. To stay competitive in today's talent war, there are some specific things organizations must do.   More