Media Coverage

Presentation Andrew Brodsky

Poets&Quants – Best 40-Under-40 MBA Professors: Andrew Brodsky

Wall Street Journal – We live in a new age of email anxiety

The Today Show – Doing nothing for this long each day can leave you feeling more creative and energized

Harvard Business Review – Communicating authentically in a virtual world

The Hill – Remote employee engagement has increased since 2020, report suggests

Reuters – Using collaboration intelligence to cultivate culture habits for hybrid work

Fortune – Bosses spying on workers are breeding paranoia that makes them worse at their jobs and more likely to quit

LinkedIn News – Impromptu meetings are on the rise

Business Insider – ‘Boreout’ is the opposite of burnout – but can be just as harmful for workers

Wall Street Journal – As a Communications Medium, Email Ranks Low and Sows Doubt

Harvard Business Review – The implications of working without an office

Inc. – The worst way to show genuine emotion remotely, and the best

Fast Company – These are the types of people struggling most with remote work

Wall Street Journal – Worker ‘idle time’ costs u.s. employers $100 billion a year, study says

Harvard Business Review – No, remote employees aren’t becoming less engaged

KVUE Television Interview – Companies spend $100B for idle employees annually, UT study suggests

Business Insider – Your email typos reveal more about you than you realize

Interview Andrew Brodsky

The Economist – Employees and employers both face trade-offs as offices reopen

Harvard Business Review – The essential guide to crafting a work email

KXAN Television Interview – Rethink downtime at work? UT Professor’s research suggests it’s a good idea

Fast Company – The emotions you might accidentally be conveying in your emails

Built In – Radical candor: How leaders can use it to manage effectively

Quartz – Forced idleness costs US employers $100B a year

India Times – Employees Working Remotely Are Engaging More Frequently Since 2020, Finds Study

Harvard Business Review – The Dos and Don’ts of Work Email, from Emojis to Typos

Yahoo! Finance– The biggest criticism of remote workers is actually false, and it shows quiet quitting is a lie

Harvard Working Knowledge – American idle: Workers spend too much time waiting for something to do

Inc. – Why exclamations and emoticons can boost customer happiness

Harvard Business Review – Research shows a simple way to increase your engagement at work