The absolute worst thing we can do is pretend the problem of intolerance doesn’t exist. We must acknowledge that there are a few things we can do to try and improve things in our immediate areas of influence, as the current challenges around issues of diversity, equity and inclusion need some of our creativity.
When seeking to improve the overall culture of an organization, it's important to understand which areas actually need improvement—and which need to be preserved. One way to do this is to identify the values and environments the organization wants to embrace—and then assess how it stacks up.
Do you and or your organization aggressively innovative products, methods and activities to increase your competitive advantage today—and into the future before your competitors? If not, that could be very dangerous given the projected period of innovation that is likely to occur in the next several years.
India has been a focal point of the IT revolution in the last two decades. This overview frames the IT landscape and evolution; and what organizations, start-ups and workers can do in this era of confusion and transition to create more jobs, sustain jobs and try to maintain India’s edge on the industry overall.
High-pressure environments often stoke anxiety on both the individual and team level. Project leaders must be alert to the ways this unease can poison team collaboration, including siloed behaviors, risk-aversity and rigid thinking.
Markets, technologies and society have changed—as has the work and economic environments that we all operate in. Are program and project management sustainable given the current and projected changes that are likely to occur in the not-so-distant future?
If a woman has to choose between catching a fly ball and saving an infant's life, she will choose to save the infant's life without even considering if there is a man on base.