Technology enables seamless collaboration and accessibility for geographically diverse teams.
Organizations are increasingly providing and facilitating solutions that build employee innovation.
By offering affordable and even free IT training, employers and education providers are equalizing opportunities for Americans, regardless of race, gender or socioeconomic factors.
It is clear that most organizations will not be returning to where they were before the COVID-19 pandemic. Instead, the best organizations are coming back to an unusual opportunity not only to recover but to improve.
Learning is a key step in human advancement and, when done right, improves the collective whole of any individual, institution or business.
As an organization, you can lean on your local university to be a solution-provider to navigate these uncharted waters together.
Given the renewed, and hopefully lasting, focus on inequity and injustice, it’s high time that stock photo libraries solicit and offer demographic representations in their inventories.
Long after the lockdowns are over, one permanent effect of the COVID-19 pandemic will be changes to traditional modes of learning, communicating and working in the modern world.
In COVID-19, leaders and employers across a multitude of sectors are facing a reality that even the most robust of contingency plans failed to foresee.