Walking the Walk: Can ideas42 Team Members Truly Disconnect? Happy New Year! We hope you were able to take some time off at the end of 2016, and that your 2017 is off to a good, fresh start. At ideas42, … Continue reading Disconnected at Christmas?
The Power Of Saying ‘I Don’t Know’ We are conditioned to having and providing quick, confident answers as a sign of competence and leadership. We behave as though any gaps in knowledge should be hidden at all cost. But is … Continue reading The risks of assuming to know
Five Scientific Reasons Why So Many Productivity Hacks Fail As the chief scientist at a Fortune 25 health care company, it was my job to put behavioral science to good use in the workplace. For a number of reasons, that … Continue reading How to activate good intentions
The analog spaces in digital companies Primo Orpilla, the co-founder of the architecture and design firm Studio O+A, has been designing offices for digital-technology companies for more than thirty years, basically since the start of the PC era. His clients … Continue reading Face-to-face at the workplace
’Power Posing’ Co-author: ‘I Do Not Believe That ‘Power Pose’ Effects Are Real’ It would be hard to come up with a recent psychological idea that has stormed the mainstream more quickly and effectively than “power posing” — the idea … Continue reading Do power poses work?
When Work Can Be Damaging To Your Health The incessant search for results, the tension over deadlines and the stress caused by hours spent in traffic on the way to and the way back from work are part of the … Continue reading The pressures of the workplace
The truth about the gender wage gap Nearly 10,000 people graduated with MBAs from University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business between 1990 and 2006. In 2009, three economists decided to study a quarter of those graduates. They asked a … Continue reading Why does the gender wage gap exist?