I’ve recapped some of the material from this site in a new piece in The Huffington Post as part of their Great Work Cultures series.
We shouldn’t be too hasty in our excitement about Max Schireson’s recent announcement that he is leaving his job as CEO to spend more time with his family.
Fuze recently interviewed me for their “remote worker” blog series, and I was very pleased to have the opportunity to share my thoughts.
Work flexibility is fundamentally about culture, and culture doesn’t change overnight. Read more in my piece on the Huffington Post.
Sometimes, stories about inflexible employers are just so heartbreaking—and infuriating—you can’t help but be moved to action. Here’s one such tale.
It’s fantastic that so many working moms and dads are talking about the importance of work flexibility. But I am not a parent.
Lest anyone think that it’s been all fun and games in Hawaii, I’d like to note that I have been here working, just as I work from home the rest of the year.
I’m currently living the work flex dream and working from Hawaii for a few weeks.
I’ve been quiet on this blog for a while now, largely because I’ve been busy working on a new project that I’m excited to announce here today.
You don’t have to be a jerk to become a boss. Instead, being a boss can turn you into a jerk simply because of the way power impacts the brain.