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TIME and Charter are partnering to deliver news and insights on the future of work

TIME and Charter have announced a robust content partnership around the future of work, which launches today with a joint column about the modern workplace by veteran journalist S. Mitra Kalita.

TIME and Charter are partnering to deliver news and insights on the future of work


Interview

How to jumpstart creativity and innovation in remote and hybrid workplaces

Stanford d.School executive director Sarah Stein Greenberg on how to think, create. and lead in unconventional ways.

How to jumpstart creativity and innovation in remote and hybrid workplaces

Book Briefing

'Masters of Scale' by Reid Hoffman with June Cohen and Deron Triff: Distilled lessons from business successes

A book by a LinkedIn co-founder and former PayPal executive about how to get the idea for a business and then lead it to success.

'Masters of Scale' by Reid Hoffman with June Cohen and Deron Triff: Distilled lessons from business successes

Book Briefing

'Beyond Collaboration Overload' by Rob Cross: How to reclaim your time and make the best use of networking

Beyond Collaboration Overload offers timely cautions about overdoing some of the connection and communication that are hallmarks of modern workplaces and thought-provoking analysis of what high-performing leaders do differently from the rest of us.

'Beyond Collaboration Overload' by Rob Cross: How to reclaim your time and make the best use of networking

Interview

What 'racial reckoning' looks like for organizations

Dr. Stephanie Pinder-Amaker on the essential work of inclusion to be doing now.

What 'racial reckoning' looks like for organizations

Book Briefing

'Reset' by Johnny C. Taylor, Jr.: HR as innovation

Reset hits squarely on the issues that many organizations are thinking more seriously about than ever, amid the challenges of the pandemic and increased worker empowerment during the recovery.

'Reset' by Johnny C. Taylor, Jr.: HR as innovation

Book Briefing

'Power, for All' by Julie Battilana and Tiziana Casciaro: How to think about power

Battilana and Casciaro do an impressive job of providing a simple structure for thinking about how power works and encouragingly suggest that it’s possible to exercise it for good. Along the way they offer insights into how we can better navigate questions of power in our daily lives.

'Power, for All' by Julie Battilana and Tiziana Casciaro: How to think about power

Interview

How the 'structure of motherhood' is breaking and employers are falling short

Reshma Saujani, founder of Girls Who Code and the Marshall Plan for Moms, on the importance paternity leave and how companies need to do more to support mothers returning to work.

How the 'structure of motherhood' is breaking and employers are falling short

Book Briefing

'Four Thousand Weeks' by Oliver Burkeman: Time management for mortals

Oliver Burkeman's new book contends that conventional approaches to productivity are a trap and that the more you try to optimize your use of time, the more empty your life becomes.

'Four Thousand Weeks' by Oliver Burkeman: Time management for mortals