Diversity Equity & Inclusion
The Power of Community
A safe and caring community is one that has a connection through trust, vulnerability, and a genuine desire to care for one another.
Losing Talent – What Can We Do?
Creating a highly engaged workforce is one way to counter the potential loss of people. Here are five strategies to enhance employee engagement.
The Next Leaders
Where will the next leaders come from? Think about the talent around us and how we might think differently in answering this looming question.
The Poetry of Practice
Thinking of a poet’s dedication to their practice reminds me of what it takes to form a habit and change neurological pathways.
Commencement Speeches 2021
[Jim Bruce, today’s author, is a Senior Fellow and Executive Coach at MOR Associates. He previously was Professor of Electrical Engineering, and Vice President for Information Systems and CIO at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA. Jim can be reached at [email protected].] In every year, except for this and last year, I can […]
Implications of the Hybrid Scenario
[Today’s Tuesday Reading is from Brian McDonald, President of MOR Associates. Brian may be reached at [email protected].] Last week’s Tuesday Reading discussed what trends influencing the future of work may mean for universities and healthcare systems. As we gradually recover from the pandemic, employees are reflecting on their ability to work from home productively and […]
What’s Next? Hybrid? Remote? Everyone Back?
[Today’s Tuesday Reading is from Brian McDonald, President of MOR Associates. Brian may be reached at [email protected].] As the virus is subsiding and employers across the United States look ahead to the recovery, what will the future of work look like? Will everyone return to work this fall? Will some people continue to work […]
Demographics Are Destiny (Maybe?)
Demographics Are Destiny (Maybe?) [Today’s Tuesday Reading is from Jack Wolfe and David Sweetman of MOR Associates. They may be reached at [email protected] and [email protected].] The number of high school graduates, post 2025, will drop substantially, particularly in the Northeast and Midwest. Higher Education is likely to look quite different in a decade or so. […]