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Finding the right path when all is murky is a special challenge today. Deep listening and deep conversations can throw some light. This facilitated conversation does just that
Far from bringing in new business, the wholescale suspension of labour laws by some states poses a real danger of unleashing mistrust among factory workers. For the move is fair neither to workers nor to employers
The pandemic is leading to fundamental shifts in behaviours. What does that mean for platform businesses? Are there opportunities for incumbents to reimagine business models? And how can country-level platforms help countries gain an advantage in the global arena?
The lockdown is taking its toll. What will it take workers in the informal sectors and small businesses to survive?
As the national lockdown gradually ends across China and the Far East, many professionals are starting to pick up the pieces of their lives and getting back to work. But it isn’t quite the same again.
The lives of small business owners and migrant labour have been turned completely upside down. But the crisis may have also brought the community closer
While essential services are in place, people in government managing cities are in limbo. A vast majority of state employees are in ineffective mode because they are working from home and cannot access their systems remotely. It’s time to plan digital transformation in the government.
Work From Home
How can you deliver business continuity if you are churned up and anxious inside? More importantly, how can you use this crisis as a springboard to shape the future, instead of merely coping with it? A 7-day practical plan to cultivate resilience in a crisis.
Monitoring people at work from home is something employers are thinking about. But what about the economic costs, technical issues, legal implications and ethical aspects?