In business, we must recognize that we all have unconscious biases, and we must be brave enough to confront them within ourselves.
Also in this week's round-up: how artificial intelligence could make the US even more polarized, and where refugees are going.
The country’s new Startup Act offers some eye-catching incentives to boost entrepreneurship, including a one-year leave period for employees to set up a new business with the right to ret...
Drones are being used in New Zealand to herd sheep, and they're even being fitted with a 'digital bark' to help.
In order to survive and prosper, companies must attract the top talent from around the world. This is where they're all coming from and going to.
The Danish working model could offer lessons for the rest of the world.
In his new book, The Globotics Upheaval, economics professor Richard Baldwin argues the twin trends of globalization and robotics will usher in a period of unprecedented disruption that c...
The IT revolution changed the way people work. The advance of automation could call into question whether people will work at all. Not all people, however. Just some.
From noisy coworkers to browsing social media, these are the most common distractions in the workplace.
Mandated gender quotas in Italy have been successful at increasing the number of women on boards. But the relevant law is temporary and affects only a small number of firms. The column us...
The development and diffusion of new information technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) continue apace (Bughin and Hazan 2017), but how are these factors likely to change work ...
Researchers have revealed that the need to listen to music when working is based upon personality, the music and work involved.
Tengai the robot is designed to conduct interviews in a consistent and controlled manner, and eliminate any chance of bias that could interfere with a human interviewer's judgement.
Working from home and at odd hours can lead to more overtime and less freedom, according to a new study of working parents in Germany.
They’re the engines of the global economy and home to more than half the world’s population. But city life can differ greatly from one metropolis to another.