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Alison Jones

Alison is a senior consultant with a master’s degree in organizational/industrial psychology and a certification in change management and coaching. She enjoys reading, fitness, travel, and the beach.

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In a matter of weeks, social distancing and shelter in place have become household phrases. Universities and schools have scrambled to set up online classrooms, and workers around the globe have scrambled to set up home offices. We are now a telework nation – at least for the time being. My...

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As the news reports continue to roll in regarding COVID-19, or Coronavirus, more and more employers are urging - and even mandating - telework. Now that the virus has escalated to pandemic status, I'm reminded of a series of blogs on the home office and telework written by individuals in my company...

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What is the agile workplace? Is it just another business buzzword (or “buzzphrase”) destined to drift off into the land of once-used buzzwords, along with value-added, paradigm shift, wheelhouse, stovepipe, bandwidth, incentivize, mousetrap, scope creep, and “content is king?” Maybe. But I would...

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For over 20 years, I’ve participated in planning sessions with government agencies (mostly court planning), both as an analyst and as a facilitator. While each session has involved challenging issues, I can honestly say that each session has been a success. Part of this is due to the participation...

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We all love to be in the flow state. You know, when you are trying to accomplish something - whether it’s housework or work work or a hobby or writing or whatever – and you are so in the groove that the work seems almost effortless. Tasks that may have seemed formidable at one time suddenly become...

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