Kevin J. Delaney

Kevin is CEO and editor in chief. He was the founding editor in chief and co-CEO of Quartz, a senior editor for The New York Times, and managing editor of The Wall Street Journal online. @delaney


Interview

Pay just got more complicated—here's how to navigate it

Compensation expert David Buckmaster on how to prepare for and benefit from salary transparency, remote-pay policies, inflation adjustments, and more.

Pay just got more complicated—here's how to navigate it

Interview

Web3's potential for the future of work

Tribute Labs CEO Aaron Wright on the implications of DAOs for how work and business are organized.


Book Briefing

'Davos Man' by Peter S. Goodman: How billionaires devoured the world

This new book is a lively explanation of how the global economy works, and the turning points that have enabled profiteering by the ultra-rich while undermining societal and democratic institutions.

'Davos Man' by Peter S. Goodman: How billionaires devoured the world

Interview

The case for a safe return to offices by mid-February

Infectious-disease specialist Dr. Monica Gandhi is optimistic that the pandemic will soon shift to a new phase, which will allow for a return to more normal conditions.

The case for a safe return to offices by mid-February

Book Briefing

Find your “unicorn space” to combat burnout

A new book by Eve Rodsky is both an argument for making space for a creative life when it might seem otherwise impossible, and a guide for how to pursue it.

Find your “unicorn space” to combat burnout

What we know about the future of work and management that we didn't a year ago

What top researchers and expert practitioners told us they've learned over the past year, and what their advice is for 2022.

What we know about the future of work and management that we didn't a year ago

The Best Advice From 2021 for Managing Yourself and Your Team

Each week we sift through the latest research and management writing to bring you insights and tips for managing yourself and your team. Here's the best of that advice from this past year.

The Best Advice From 2021 for Managing Yourself and Your Team

Research-Backed Ways to Make Time Off Work Maximally Restful

Reframe the way you think about time off to take advantage of its restorative powers.

Research-Backed Ways to Make Time Off Work Maximally Restful

Interview

What organizations should do amid this holding pattern

Yale's Heidi Brooks on what organizations can do to strengthen their cultures and how to handle some of the challenging power dynamics among employees that are arising.

What organizations should do amid this holding pattern

Book Briefing

'The Cold Start Problem' by Andrew Chen: The path to launching a successful product

A clear analysis of how to approach building a network product—and of what distinguishes some of the most successful companies of our time from competitors that collapsed.

'The Cold Start Problem' by Andrew Chen: The path to launching a successful product