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


What Covid precautions are still necessary

How to keep workplaces safe as the virus comes and goes. Signs that hiring is slowing. Why work shoes no longer fit.


Book Briefing

'Tomorrow’s Capitalist' by Alan Murray with Catherine Whitney: when you put purpose over profits

'Tomorrow’s Capitalist' by Alan Murray with Catherine Whitney, describes the evolution of CEOs’ engagement with concerns that were traditionally viewed to be outside their purview.

'Tomorrow’s Capitalist' by Alan Murray with Catherine Whitney: when you put purpose over profits

Workplaces and the overturning of Roe

What experts say businesses should be doing in the wake of the Supreme Court abortion decision.


What layoffs and hiring freezes mean for the talent agenda

Belt-tightening and the future of work. Evolving child-care approaches amid hybrid work and surging costs. Air travel chaos.


What to do when you can't please everyone

Tips for being effective at work while also not needing to make everyone happy, and other top takeaways from the EmTech Next summit.

What to do when you can't please everyone

What to do when you can't please everyone

Top takeaways from the EmTech Next summit. The four-day workweek gains ground in the UK. How to have better lunch breaks.


How our need for predictability plays out in the workplace

The virtue of predictability, and Pinterest’s efforts to provide it. A new wave of layoffs. How to use emojis to solicit honest responses as to how people are doing.


What inflation and a looming recession mean for workplaces

Takeaways from Davos for the talent agenda. How to address gun violence in the workplace. A game to play with your colleagues.


How to support colleagues in the wake of racist violence

How to support colleagues in the wake of racist violence. What organizations are doing amid the virus resurgence. What biking to work does for your day.


Book Briefing

'How the Future Works' by Brian Elliott, Sheela Subramanian, and Helen Kupp: The latest thinking on flexible work

The book 'How the Future Works' is an excellent guide to the latest research-backed practices for how to redesign work. .

'How the Future Works' by Brian Elliott, Sheela Subramanian, and Helen Kupp: The latest thinking on flexible work