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The Edit: The Art of Improvement
The Edit

The Edit: The Art of Improvement

Repairing workplace culture, innovating for the future and more in this week's #TheEdit.
18th Mar 2022

“Once we accept our limits, we go beyond them,” Albert Einstein said. 

Recognising the challenges and obstacles we face is the first step to overcoming them and creating a better future. This week, we reflect on the process of improvement: a continual and infinite act that is the foundation of changing the world for the better. Innovation requires acceptance of the problem, and an awareness that the road to a new future is often slow and paved with setbacks, potholes and wrong turns – but that doesn’t make it any less important. 

Here’s what you might have missed this week:

  • Can you repair a toxic workplace culture? – Eat Sleep Work Repeat Podcast
  • Women in the workplace: how the construction industry has seen a rise in female workers – The New York Times
  • Innovating for the future: how to incorporate diversity and inclusion into product design – Fast Company
  • The effect of Russia’s invasion on global commodities – The Economist
  • Are sabbaticals the answer to finding a good work/life balance? – Raconteur
  • Understanding the implications and disruptions of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine – McKinsey
  • We have the technology to ditch fossil fuels, so why is the world still on fire? – The New Yorker
  • Why self-care is not the solution to burnout – The Beautiful Truth

“Working hard for something we don’t care about is called stress. Working hard for something we love is called passion.”

Simon Sinek