Toward a Model of Work Redesign for Better Work and Better Life (PDF), abstract:
Flexible work accommodations provided by employers purport to help individuals struggling to manage work and family demands. The underlying model for change is accommodation – helping individuals accommodate their work demands with no changes in the structure of work or cultural expectations of ideal workers. The purpose of this article is to derive a Work Redesign Model and compare it with the Accommodation Model. This article centers around two change initiatives – Predictability, Teaming and Open Communication and Results Only Work Environment – that alter the structure and culture of work in ways that enable better work and better lives.
Leslie A Perlow, Erin L Kelly, Work and Occupations, 2014 41: 111, DOI: 10.1177/0730888413516473
Photograph of Leslie Perlow. Source, Harvard Business School.
I posted recently about my experiences curating a Flipboard magazine. One dislike is the inability to ‘flip’ a URL for a PDF. So in this instance, I’ve created this post for the sole purpose of flipping it to Social Business Design magazine.
If you missed the link to the PDF above, here it is again.
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