Alan Krueger, former Chairman of the White House Council of Economic Advisors, shares his thoughts on the labor market, US economic recovery and the interplay with China.
You climbed all the organizational rungs and then hit the ‘Now what?’ question. Staying motivated is hard and here’s what can you do about the situation.
Long the purveyors of advanced skills and knowledge, Chinese sea turtles, or overseas returnees, are now finding a different environment back home.
Given the current demographic trends, how companies should gear up to manage an older workforce.
The price you are able to command for your services doesn’t just depend on how much customer value you create.
Networked organizations mean flatter structures and more creativity, and also a new approach to managing a workforce that thinks and behaves differently. In 1994, when the internet was still mostly an academic information channel, most organizational charts looked a lot like they had for a hundred of years—as many as seven or eight levels from top to […]
Sudhanshu Palsule on what it means to be a leader in a world without distance or hierarchy
The internet economy is bringing efficiency to the world of work, but it has downsides as well.
The internet economy is changing the contours of business, and organizations are fast-changing from rigid hierarchy-driven structures to networks.
Western consultancies are facing questions in China. Can Chinese companies capitalize on the moment?