Harvard Business School


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

Reset: Creativity in the Zoom era, WFA to replace WFH, handwashing declines

Almost a year later, what do we really know about how to manage remote work better? And how can we best prepare for the hybrid work arrangements that many businesses are anticipating post-pandemic?

Reset: Creativity in the Zoom era, WFA to replace WFH, handwashing declines

Interview

How to succeed with remote and hybrid work

Tips from Tsedal Neeley, a Harvard Business School professor who studies virtual workforces and has a book called Remote Work Revolution due out in March.

How to succeed with remote and hybrid work