Nobody holding a Jelly in your area and getting a little envious when you hear how fantastic it is?
Why not start your own Jelly? That’s how all the others have come about – someone finding out about the concept and being sufficien. Read more »
Back in the 1960s, people had this wild-eyed idea that the increased productivity made possible by newfangled technologies like microminiaturization and automation should result in a shorter work week. I know, right? Bunch of hippies. Read more »
Wealth. Well-being. Happiness: the words have a well-rounded, easeful feel to them, while "sustainability", though a great concept, has an implication of discipline and scrimping that can be taken as negative. Read more »
Q: How can I create a workplace that systemizes work-life balance, furthering the goals of the company while acknowledging individual personal development needs outside of the company as well?
A: Statsit is a Malaysia-based web analytics platf. Read more »
In our September 15 entry here at Shareable, we talked about why members of Generation Y—people born after 1980, who have only recently launched their careers—prefer workplaces that are collaborative, non-hierarchical, and networked. Read more »
Sara was a new intern in the California office of Major Management Consultancy (MMC, a pseudonym). She sat at a conference table along with several of her new colleagues waiting for a partner to arrive—the first one she would meet at the firm. Read more »