MUST READS : With “What you do is who you are”, Ben Horowitz takes his readers on a journey through history to help them learn some valuable culture and leadership lessons.
We've selected the most interesting books about the future of work and HR and summed up the main ideas in them to give you inspiration and help you innovate in HR and management.
Emotions and work seem incompatible for many employees. In their book, Liz Fosslien & Mollie West Duffy try to explain that emotions however have an important place in the workplace …
“Could we invent a more powerful, more soulful, more meaningful way to work together, if only we changed our belief system?” – Frédéric Laloux in Reinventing Organizations.
“Failure isn’t a necessary evil. In fact, it isn’t evil at all. It is a necessary consequence of doing something new.” – Ed Catmull in Creativity, Inc.
“If you hire people just because they can do a job, they’ll work for your money. But if you hire people who believe what you believe, they’ll work for you with blood and tears” – Simon Sinek
Our episode 4 will help you get a new fresh perspective on work, business and productivity with an abstract of Rework: Change The Way You Work Forever (2010).
“The average hiring mistake costs 15 times an employee’s base salary in hard costs and productivity loss.” “What most managers do not know is that who problems are also preventable.” – Geoff Smart & Randy Street in Who.
As more and more people are invited to work remotely, in order to reduce the spread of Covid-19, we’ve summarized this Must-Read about remote working.
In our increasingly connected digital world, no business can succeed without tribes. A tribe is a group of people connected to one another and to an inspiring leader with an idea. They share an interest and a way to communicate, usually a platform. Tribes require leadership. They advance change and novel ideas.
In a world that offers unprecedented access to knowledge, education and art, more and more people are struggling with the agony of choice when it comes to finding and sticking to a project, a hobby or a job.