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Should your organization buy a computer, pay for Internet access and maintain the equipment that your teleworkers use in their home offices? The federal government recently authorized its agencies do all of that for their teleworkers. And that may be the smart play for your organization, too ...

Administrators in Arkansas’ Little Rock School District wanted to link financial awards for teachers to academic improvement in their students. The teachers agreed to the program without knowing what the payoff would be ...

When a health crisis drains an employee’s regular allotment of paid time off, some companies allow other employees to donate their own leave to help out. Here are some suggestions for making it work, as well as a few caveats ...

Clark started yoga and meditation. Her symptoms went away. That was six years ago, and today, not only does her health seem better, but her mind doesn’t race and multitask constantly.

Ask why someone delayed starting a top-priority task
The tragic mass-murder has led many employers to rethink their emergency and evacuation plans.
During the Gallic Wars, Julius Caesar captured a young enemy captain named Dumnorix. Caesar planned to execute him, but then Dumnorix’s brother Divitiacus visited Caesar and pled for his brother’s life. Caesar took Divitiacus’s hand and comforted him. Next he called Dumnorix before him.
Focus is difficult to define, but your organization has it when you notice the following traits:
Organizations that develop systems to identify, evaluate and respond to ambiguous threats are much better at averting failure than those that don’t, according to three business professors who’ve studied it.
Beating the competition and playing a winning hand often involves making the best use of the talent you’ve been dealt. Here’s how to size up your hand and lead your players: