Work Futures Monthly Report for May 2023
Gathering the wisdom of the crowd from click data.
A collation of the top three click-throughs from the May issues of Work Futures. This is unfiltered feedback from the community about what catches people’s interest. And, of course, these are things that caught my interest, too.
Work Regular Hours | Stowe Boyd
38 clicks -- Unteaming | Stowe Boyd
Is teamwork really the key to success, or is it merely a 'management placebo'?
11 clicks -- Social Connection in Remote WorkReport 2022 | WorkAnywhere
10 clicks -- Research: How Coworking Spaces Impact Employee Well-Being | Constance Noonan Hadley, Ben Marks, and Sarah Wright,
Why people like working in coworking spaces: 52% of respondents wanted to avoid ‘unnecessary interactions with colleagues’.
The purpose of an economy is not to make bosses happy. | Paul Krugman
18 clicks -- The Tricky Business of Leading Teams | Julie Benezet
How to pilot through the human roadblocks that clog the path to project execution.
15 clicks -- Revisiting Ikigai | Stowe Boyd
12 clicks -- Working From Home and Realizing What Matters | Paul Krugman
It’s not hard to make the case that the overall benefits from not commuting every day are equivalent to a gain in national income of at least one and maybe several percentage points. That’s a lot: There are very few policy proposals likely to produce gains on that scale. And yes, these are real benefits. C.E.O.s may rant about lazy or (per Musk) “immoral” workers who don’t want to go back into their cubicles, but the purpose of an economy is not to make bosses happy.
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