WorkMinus

Work Minus Routine with Gerd Leonhard – We’re just at the place where we can cook a good meal

Leaps in technology have been slow, but are suddenly picking up pace. How much farther until we can’t keep up? Gerd Leonhard on exponential change.

Work Minus Tedium with Ravin Jesuthasan – Is it ok if we forget how to make chicken nuggets?

Getting rid of dirty, dull, and dangerous jobs is the goal of automation, but is that always a good thing? Ravin Jesuthasan on who’s makes your chicken nuggets.

Work Minus Turnover with Cara Silletto – How employee loyalty completely flipped in a generation

The rules have changed for employee loyalty. Pensions are out, free lunches are in. Cara Silletto on the changing tide of keeping people happy.

Work Minus Unhappy Careers with Abhijit Bhaduri

Lately, it seems that if you don’t love your job, you’re doing something wrong. How hard is happiness at work to achieve? Here’s Abhijit Bhaduri on repeat.

Work Minus Gender Inequality with Julie Kratz

Enough talkā€“it’s time to do something about gender inequality. Spot your biases, call out injustices, and get serious about being an ally. Buckle up.

Work Minus Friction with Paul Zak

Hate your coworkers? Love them? Most of it has to do with how much trust you have, which has more to do with real chemistry than you’d like to admit.

Work Minus Computers with Mark Williams

Ever heard a software developer try to convince you to not use software so much? Learn how to stop using the drug from a man who makes it.

Work Minus Hiring Discrimination with LeRon L. Barton

If tech companies are leading us to the future of work, why are they so bad at hiring minorities? LeRon Barton on being the only black man in the room

Work Minus Killing Good Ideas with Safi Bahcall

Physicist and entrepreneur, Safi Bahcall explains how to create an environment to uncover and explore crazy ideas that drive innovation.

Work Minus Command and Control with Peter and Ed Schein

What’s a leader’s top responsibility? Vision? Competence? Legendary authors Ed and Peter Schein say human leaders must focus on relationships.