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  5 characteristics of the new ideal worker

Mireia Las Heras; Nuria Chinchilla For organizations to thrive in the 21st century, the needs of the new ideal worker must be understood. That means grappling with questions of work-life balance, as well as gender and leadership, in a meaningful way. Read article

  Sabine Mueller: "Diversity and inclusion must be organizational cornerstones"

The CEO of DHL Consulting discusses digital readiness, resilience and agility, and says establishing a truly diverse and inclusive workplace will require a complete overhaul of how we currently do things. Read article

  Mix novelty and familiarity to move from niche to mainstream

Diego Zunino; Stine Grodal; José Luis Suárez Help your new product to "cross the chasm" and reach the "zone of adoption" with these practical tips. Read article

  Stretch assignment: resources for staying well during lockdown

IESE Insight Living life and going to work in the age of coronavirus takes its toll physically, emotionally and mentally. A survey of European workers by IESE's Jeroen Neckebrouck finds those who maintained an exercise routine coped better. Read article

  Resilience, a key concept for the world's smartest cities

Pascual Berrone; Joan Enric Ricart London once again tops IESE's annual ranking of the smartest cities in the world. As COVID-19 forces a rethink of urban strategies everywhere, resilience emerges as tomorrow's leading concern. Read article

  Life after lockdown: tracking apps, more virtualization and new priorities

IESE Insight Ready for coronavirus contact-tracing apps and virtual healthcare? A pivot away from excess consumption and materialism? Living in China and working in telemedicine, Myra Yu shares her perspective on what the road ahead might offer as lockdowns are lifted. Read article

  Show them you CARE: managing people in times of crisis

IESE Insight How can leaders and HR professionals mobilize people for common goals when everyone is feeling anxious and working from home? To make remote work feel less remote, IESE's Anneloes Raes presents her CARE model to help manage people well amid a crisis. Read article

  How to prepare for when the storm clears

IESE Insight Like all storms, this too will pass, and there will be a day after. For that day, IESE's Miquel Lladó advises that now is the time to prepare. He offers tips for executives to start thinking about the future strategically. Read article

  Cash is king: advice for CFOs

IESE Insight The coronavirus crisis has brought a liquidity crisis for companies. Javier Santoma, professor of Financial Management at IESE, suggests the measures that CFOs should be taking to help make sure their businesses survive. Read article

  6 pointers when managing virtual teams

IESE Insight Sebastian Reiche, professor of Managing People in Organizations at IESE, believes remote work from home can be just as effective as being in the office -- if you keep these extra considerations in mind. Read article
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