Companies have traditionally shunned or banned employees from working on side projects. This is changing, and companies are benefiting.
No one intentionally spends resources on things that don’t matter. Yet this is indeed what most people and companies end up doing. It’s accidental, even inevitable.
There are quite a few reasons why hosting a hackathon is the perfect solution to create a rich virtual gathering...
Motivation is a state where you have the desire to accomplish something. It’s powerful, but fleeting and hard to obtain. Here is how to find your and keep your remote work motivation.
A hybrid remote environment should operate like a remote company that has a physical space you can work from as a perk. Here’s how to make that work.
As someone who has struggled with mental health at various times in the past, I have to say that remote work is one of...
I grew up with the original remote workers as parents. While I didn’t know it at the time, this had a profound effect on how I would view work, and its role in life.
The next wave of nomading has arrived. Troves of knowledge workers have just realized they can work from wherever they want – even if that is from a different country.
When I hit a burnout wall, I invented a new concept: the meeting sabbatical. Read what that is, how it went, and why you should take one.
A compelling case for why companies and leaders should not only allow employee side projects, but encourage them.
What is a Head of Remote? What do they do? Why would a company hire them? I wanted to dive deeper into this new role.
A skilled CEO will not be successful if they can’t assemble a high-value group of people aiming for the same goal.
I’ve done quite a lot of traveling during the pandemic. I did two trips back and forth to Europe, and am currently on a flight back from Costa Rica.