Meetings


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

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


Book Briefing

'Competing in the New World of Work' by Ferrazzi, Gohar, Weyrich: Embrace the breakout room

How can we translate the lessons organizations have learned over the past two years into a structured approach for moving forward? That’s a core question behind the new book 'Competing in the New World of Work.'

'Competing in the New World of Work' by Ferrazzi, Gohar, Weyrich: Embrace the breakout room


Interview

What Slack means for meetings and workplaces

CEO and co-founder Stewart Butterfield on what's ahead for Slack and for workplaces, and how he responds to employers who regret using the service.

What Slack means for meetings and workplaces

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

Interview

Priya Parker on how we should properly gather and return to the workplace

The author of 'The Art of Gathering' on how we should return to the workplace, and how to best approach the complicated, needed conversations as we do so.

Priya Parker on how we should properly gather and return to the workplace

Book Briefing

Book Briefing: 'Working Backwards' by Colin Bryar and Bill Carr

A book by two long-time Amazon insiders describes its unique management practices and how others could adopt them.

Book Briefing: 'Working Backwards' by Colin Bryar and Bill Carr

Research shows that silence and other surprising tactics can make virtual meetings better

How to make virtual meetings better, and make sure they don’t exclude or privilege certain people or groups.

Research shows that silence and other surprising tactics can make virtual meetings better