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Firing with compassion

By:
Joel Peterson

Firing with compassion

By
Joel Peterson

There is no standard script or best practices for firing – every situation is different. But Joel Peterson, chairman of JetBlue, has learned after “many dozens of firings” that there are ways to do so with fairness and empathy. “You needn’t learn to enjoy it – only sadists do.

Your company is too risk-averse

By:
Dan Lovallo, Tim Koller, Robert Uhlaner, and Daniel Kahneman

Your company is too risk-averse

By
Dan Lovallo, Tim Koller, Robert Uhlaner, and Daniel Kahneman

The authors of this article don’t question whether your company is risk-averse – they know it is. In this article, they examine the widespread phenomenon of risk aversion and avoidance and explain how corporate incentives and decision-making practices contribute to it.

The key to inclusive leadership

By:
Juliet Bourke and Andrea Espedido

The key to inclusive leadership

By
Juliet Bourke and Andrea Espedido

Leaders play a critical role in helping their organizations adapt to diverse customers, markets, ideas and talent.

3 tips to avoid WFH burnout

By:
Laura M. Giurge and Vanessa K. Bohns

3 tips to avoid WFH burnout

By
Laura M. Giurge and Vanessa K. Bohns

Widespread, long-term remote work has some companies thinking hard about employee productivity. But where they should really focus their concern is on a longer-term risk: employee burnout.

Does diversity training work the way it’s supposed to?

By:
Edward H. Chang, Katherine L. Milkman, Laura J. Zarrow, Kasandra Brabaw, Dena M. Gromet, Reb Rebele, Cade Massey, Angela L. Duckworth, and Adam Grant

Does diversity training work the way it’s supposed to?

By
Edward H. Chang, Katherine L. Milkman, Laura J. Zarrow, Kasandra Brabaw, Dena M. Gromet, Reb Rebele, Cade Massey, Angela L. Duckworth, and Adam Grant

While offering diversity training is a well-intentioned effort to promote inclusion in the workplace, it shouldn’t be the only step organizations take.

IT talent strategy: New tactics for a new era

By:
Harvard Business Review Analytic Services

IT talent strategy: New tactics for a new era

By
Harvard Business Review Analytic Services

The year 2020 brings completely new talent challenges to organizations. In the decade ahead, technology talent will play a pivotal role in whether companies succeed or fail.

Cheat sheet: AI glossary

By:
The Enterprisers Project

Cheat sheet: AI glossary

By
The Enterprisers Project

Need to speak artificial intelligence? Check out our quick-scan AI primer on key artificial intelligence terms for IT and business leaders.

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