We have a habit in the Western world of shifting responsibility on to the individual, rather than recognising the collective responsibility of creating
If you pick up a copy of Men’s Health this October you’ll find a handy article written by our co-founder James packed with
Almost 100 years ago, in 1930, the economist John Maynard Keynes estimated that his grandkids would work just 15 hours per week, with machines taking care of most tasks. So, how are we doing John?
aka “What can Judaism teach us about belonging?”
Company structures, expectations and norms do not align with current employee expectations. Most likely they never did. The key difference now is that employees are in a position to do something about it.
During a period of the 1980s, Korean Air had more plane crashes than any other airline in the world. Their loss rate was
Most of the advice we see aimed at helping to reduce meeting overload – tips like “blockout quiet time”, “have an agenda” or