Results for: Season: Fall 2020

  • EntrepreneurshipIssue 016

    Paths Diverge

    Paloma Medina is the founder and owner of 11:11 Supply, a company that incorporates the psychology and science of life and work improvement into the curation of office supplies and organizational tools. 11:11 Supply also offers workshops in which attendees learn everyday tips on how to enhance their work and personal life.

  • DiversityIssue 016

    Race Equity at Work (Preview)

    Achieving race equity—the condition where one’s racial identity has no influence on how one fares in society—is a fundamental element of social change across every issue area in the social sector. Yet the structural racism that endures in U.S. society, deeply rooted in our nation’s history and perpetuated through racist policies, practices, attitudes, and cultural messages, prevents us from attaining it.

  • Workplace InnovationIssue 016

    The Evolving Workplace

    COVID-19 has forever changed the workplace. The mundaneness of daily commutes, morning lattes, and conference table meetings was upended practically overnight with stay-at-home orders, makeshift workstations, and on-screen views of everyone’s very real living spaces, pets, and kids.

  • BusinessIssue 016

    Designing for Designers

    If you’ve ever taken on a design project with a designer for a client, you know that dueling opinions often lead to frustration—theirs, yours, or both. It stands to reason, because designers are paid to have strong points of view. They know what they like. They have their own ideas and lofty goals. Designer egos? Let’s just say, self-confidence is a practical job requirement. And as consultants themselves, they know the traditional client management tricks and aren’t likely to appreciate being “handled.” Now imagine that your client is a whole room full of designers. Are you brave enough (foolish enough?) to believe you can lead them to accept your vision?