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Tech & Innovation
MAY 12, 2021

Why Do Some Executives Want a Retirement Age of 40?

Why are some executives interested in a retirement age of 40, and what would that world look like? Speakers: Ken Shibusawa, Chief…

Keep Remote Employees Creative and Motivated

It takes friction to make sparks. How can you foster creativity in your employees when they’re no longer in the…

Career Success
MAY 3, 2021

The Special Value of Being a Generalist

Many companies cling to the tradition of seeking specialists for many roles. But the world is changing. Here are three secrets to becoming a superb generalist.

Tech & Innovation
APR 28, 2021

Are Offices Necessary Post-COVID-19?

Now that most white-collar workers are teleworking, are offices necessary? Is there still a return on investment for a brick-and-mortar…

Career Success
APR 23, 2021

Leading Sustainably Should Be Required Reading for Businesspeople

Book review: Leading Sustainably: The Path to Sustainable Business and How the SDGs Changed Everything by Trista Bridges and Donald Eubank.

Tech & Innovation
APR 14, 2021

Sustainable Cities of the Future

Remote work and the urgent need to protect the planet will change the way our cities grow and breathe. What…

Coding the Way to a New Working Style

The extra burdens women face often act as career obstacles. Is an AI-driven working style the solution?

Tech & Innovation
MAR 29, 2021

Two Companies, One Job: Plural Employment

More than one employer is the norm for gig workers. What if it were the norm for everyone? As AI…

Career Success
MAR 22, 2021

6 Lessons from Clarity on Rethinking Japan’s Gender Inequality

The success of D&I all comes down to mindset—of both men and women. You can’t always change someone’s mindset, but you can probably find a way around it.

Global Japan
MAR 17, 2021

Childcare Workers in Japan Were Irrevocably Changed

When the pandemic started, no one was skilled at social distancing, let alone kids. How did nurseries react? How did…