How should an I-O psychologist think about creativity? What’s the relationship between creativity and expertise? What is problem construction and why is it so crucial to creativity? What’s the role of time, attention, and perspective-taking?

  • The pandemic is accelerating the Utah-based non-profit’s adoption of telemedicine, digital platforms, and artificial intelligence.
  • So to believe that the only way that this can happen is through in-person is a mistake.
  • So mental health in general, is like your insurance for the future, because it directly addresses the people of your workforce.
  • I’m joining you from my beautiful home office in the beautiful city of Berlin.
  • HBS Professor Raj Choudhury discusses his investigations into uses of technologies based on machine learning.

In her 30+ year career she’s worked in prisons, hospitals, schools and consulted to some of the world’s biggest companies. In this interview we discuss Jasmine’s background and why she loves working with teams, the unique challenges of cross-cultural teams, the importance of psychological safety, the benefits of games. Take control of your life, business, and career once and for all. The Indigo Podcast offers raw, unfiltered, and science-based talk about flourishing in life. Join CEOs, executives, and regular folks in learning how to build a better future at work and beyond. Many business leaders rely on traditional office-centric collaboration and management styles in managing hybrid teams.

Speaking the language of skills

Manufacturing is becoming more automated and customized. Training will become a continuous function of many jobs. CEO Andrew Anagnost is collaborating with Autodesk customers and workers to speed the process and seeking ways to mitigate the disruptive effects. He joins us to discuss remote work podcast these changes and how to address the skills gap in tech, construction and manufacturing. As Covid-19 has made remote work the norm, DocuSign and other e-signature companies have provided the digital architecture within which parties can seal agreements and process documents.

  • As schools contemplate reopening, it is developing tools for getting students ready for the next grade and providing a mix of in-class and online instruction.
  • CEO Chris Comparato talks about the future of dining and explains how the company helped its clients adapt to the new normal, facilitated access to capital, and advocated for restaurant relief.
  • How far up the white-collar value chain is automation pushing and what’s the optimal mix of human and machine intelligence?
  • Because I saw you were like falling on your shoulder?
  • By holding back, you also take away the chance of your team to care for you and to develop an understanding for your situation, you know, so the little bit of responsibility is also always on the employees side.

So what I would like to say or to point out here is that we do not only have disadvantages when it comes to remote teams, we also have many advantages in different ways. However, and in general, we always have this tension between ‘this is great, and this is also terrible at the same time’. So you have the advantage, of course of like being more location independent, of attracting more talent globally. So you can really build a great team, who can also fit their workplace into their needs and the lifestyle they wish to have.

Ep. 95 – Preventing Backsliding in Team Cohesiveness (Panel + Audience)

Yet research conclusively demonstrates that instead of incrementally improving on the old school office-centric approach, the best outcomes in managing hybrid teams come from adopting a flexible hybrid-first work model. Next to her work with, she is active as a speaker, trainer and lecturer. She works together with teams and executives to promote mental health literacy and to start the conversation about mental health in everyday worklife. In this podcast Roderick Swaab shared his research on communication structures on value creation in business negotiations and conflict resolution. He also shared his studies on the emergence of social hierarchies in teams and how these impact coordination, conflict, and performance.

  • Joe Fuller speaks with Joe Max Higgins, the CEO of Golden Triangle Development LINK, to discuss how a rural region in Mississippi became an attractive destination for global businesses after several local factories were shut down.
  • Along the way, we discuss integrity tests, stress, coping, and those little glimmers of insight that convince some of us that we may have been a little I-O psychologist all along, even before we knew about the field.
  • As its customers’ videoconferencing volumes increased almost tenfold, the firm adjusted to remote work and completed a major merger.
  • Michael Chui, Senior Partner at McKinsey Global Institute , and an expert in artificial intelligence, believes that many jobs are going to disappear – including those done by MBAs and doctors – just not as quickly as people think.
  • She explains why bronze medalists are happier than silver medalists, TV laugh tracks actually work, and trying to suppress our thoughts backfires.

CEO and co-founder Jim Kavanaugh discusses company’s evolution from value-added reseller to diversified IT firm and its longstanding emphasis on employee wellbeing, diversity, and inclusion. So we have brought to you an episode to fill your Christmas stockings with everything skills-led approaches to talent. In this episode of the Digital HR Leaders podcast, David is joined by Matthew Yerbury, Workforce Analytics and Digital Practice Lead at KPMG, and Nick Biller, Head of Data Science at HSBC. Lewis is Partner and business leader for Mercer’s Singapore Career business. Voted a top 101 Global Future of Work Influencer, he is regular contributor to publications such as the Harvard Business Review and speaker in the areas of people science, HR data, employee engagement and leadership.

Packaging skills: FedEx Services’ flexible work strategy

Architecture is shaped by the tension between the creative process and the more rigid, risk-averse business of building—a business that’s been hit hard by the pandemic. At the same time, architects are playing a key role in redefining work- and living spaces for the new normal. Stefan Behnisch, whose firm Behnisch Architekten designed Harvard’s vast new science and engineering complex, deconstructs the design and construction workforce, the future of the office, and the post-Covid city. As it adapts to a changing talent landscape, Rolls-Royce is experimenting with new modes of hiring, training, and managing while working to safeguard a century of accumulated wisdom. HR leader Summer Smith explains the strategy, from reimagining the office to embracing diversity and prioritizing mental health.