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- The Huffington Post is featuring a week-long series of op-eds from the Redesigning Redefining Work group, in coordination with the Clayman Institute's RRW summit. The articles can be accessed on the...
- Can teams work together to make it possible for their members to take one day off per week and still be a star team? This was the question Harvard Business School Professor Leslie Perlow asked the...
- Most of us are familiar with "work-life" conflict, but we may be surprised to hear that workers in certain professions actually report "work-work" conflict. The average day for an academic medical...
This two-year project at Stanford's Clayman Institute for Gender Research will explore how workplaces of the 21st century might respond to changes in the U.S. workforce and changes in the nature of work. We will bring together top academics, industry practitioners and policy experts to set the agenda for redesigning and redefining work in order to meet these challenges. Culminating in a summit at Stanford University, this project aims to inspire new research, raise broadscale public awareness, and disseminate best practices already in place.