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Keep up to date with Lynda Gratton’s latest insights and thought leadership activities below.

Posted on 24 Mar 2021

MIT Article: Four Principles to Ensure Hybrid Work is Productive Work

Organisations have become more flexible about where and when employees work. Now they need to be more intentional about their choices and trade-offs. The term ‘hybrid working’ is gaining popularity as a way of describing work in the post-pandemic world. But what does it mean? And do leaders really understand its implications? Covid-19 has caused […]

Posted on 24 Mar 2021

REBA Article: Three Principles for Fairness in Reward During COVID-19

As companies transition to a hybrid way of working, fairness is moving to the top of leaders’ agendas. As organisations around the world contemplate the idea of returning to work, many have chosen to allay fears about safety by giving employees a choice about whether to return to office-based work and, if so, whether to […]

Posted on 24 Mar 2021

MIT Article: The Pandemic’s Lessons for Managing Uncertainty

Since the Covid-19 pandemic hit, old norms and habits we set aside have been replaced by new ones, which are now sufficiently embedded for us to pause and take stock. So, what have we learned? And how can we use those learnings to empower us over the coming months? In her recent article for the […]

Posted on 26 May 2020

Lynda’s New Book: The New Long Life launches

Lynda Gratton and Andrew Scott’s new book, ‘The New Long Life: A Framework for Flourishing in a Changing World’ launches on Thursday 28 May.  Smart new technologies. Longer, healthier lives. Human progress has risen to great heights, but at the same time it has prompted anxiety about where we’re heading. Are our jobs under threat? If we […]

Posted on 26 May 2020

Financial Times article: Coronavirus has transformed work but risks snuffing out a creative spark

In this article for the Financial Times, Lynda explores the lessons learnt during the pandemic: how digitally agile we are, undisturbed routine is key to productivity, and we miss the social interaction most of all. She details how these lessons learnt will impact and adapt our near future to drive change. Read the full FT article […]