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The virtues of unplugging

N° 298, July 2019

Based on an interview with Gil Gordon, author of Turn It Off: How to Unplug From the Anytime-Anywhere Office Without Disconnecting Your Career, (june 2017), « The Professional’s Guide to a Stress-Free Vacation » of Carolyn O’Hara (Harvard Business Review, august 14th 2014), « 3 Negative Messages You Send Your Boss When You Don’t Disconnect While on Vacation » of Michel Theriault (Forbes, may 4th 2017) and « The Right Way to Unplug When You’re on Vacation » signed by Alexandra Samuel (Harvard Business Review, july 15th 2014)

How to unplug from work (yes, even you)

N° 298, July 2019

Based on an interview with Gil Gordon, author of Turn It Off: How to Unplug From the Anytime-Anywhere Office Without Disconnecting Your Career (June 2017), “The Professional’s Guide to a Stress-Free Vacation” by Carolyn O’Hara (Harvard Business Review, 14 August 2014), “3 Negative Messages You Send Your Boss When You Don’t Disconnect While on Vacation” by Michel Theriault (Forbes, 4 May 2017) and “The Right Way to Unplug When You’re on Vacation” by Alexandra Samuel (Harvard Business Review, 15 July 2014).

How to Handle Information Overload

N° 298, July 2019

Based on Overload!: How Too Much Information Is Hazardous to Your Organization by Jonathan B. Spira (Wiley, April 2011).

Help your staff flip the “off” switch

N° 298, July 2019

Based on How to Encourage Your Employees to Switch Off by Jane McNeill (SiliconRepublic, March 2019) and “Flipping the Switch: Who Is Responsible for Getting Employees to Take a Break?” (Knoweldge@Wharton, February 2012).

How two tech-industry execs take the time to innovate

N° 297, June 2019

Based on an interview with Cédric Savarese, CEO and founder of FormAssembly (May 2019) and Erik Villa, senior software engineer at Wizeline (May 2019).

In praise of calm at work

N° 297, June 2019

Based on It Doesn’t Have to Be Crazy at Work by Jason Fried and David Heinemeier-Hansson, co-founders of Basecamp (Harper Collins, 2018) and an interview with Cédric Savarese, CEO and founder of FormAssembly (May 2019), Erik Villa, senior software engineer at Wizeline (May 2019).

Seven cliché-busters to help you work in peace and quiet

N° 297, June 2019

Based on It Doesn’t Have to Be Crazy at Work by Jason Fried and David Heinemeier-Hansson, co-founders of Basecamp (Harper Collins, 2018).

Four ideas to help you create a renewed sense of calm at work

N° 297, June 2019

Based on It Doesn’t Have to Be Crazy at Work by Jason Fried and David Heinemeier-Hansson, co-founders of Basecamp (Maxima 2019), and La 25ème Heure: les Secrets de Productivité de 300 Startuppers qui Cartonnent by Guillaume Declair and Bao Dinh (Jérôme Dumont 2018).

How should you face up to a huge mistake?

N° 296, May 2019

Based on From Lemons to Lemonade: Squeeze Every Last Drop of Success Out of your Mistakes by Dean A. Shepherd (Wharton School Publishing, 2009).

Bouncing back and feeling good after failure

N° 296, May 2019

Based on From Lemons to Lemonade: Squeeze Every Last Drop of Success Out of your Mistakes by Dean A. Shepherd (Wharton School Publishing, 2009) and a case based on a lecture given by Olivier Sibony at the HR Lab (organized jointly by HEC Executive Education and Business Digest) on April 11, 2019, and Sibony’s book Vous Allez Commettre une Terrible Erreur (Flammarion, 2019).

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