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Anne Weisberg is a senior adviser to Deloitte's Women's Initiative.

Mass Career Customization: Aligning the Workplace With Today's Nontraditional Workforce

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  • Anne Weisberg is the Senior Vice President for Strategy at the Families and Work Institute. She is a recognized thought leader who has designed innovative practices to build effective, inclusive work environments, including co-authoring the best selling Mass Career Customization: Aligning the Workplace With Today’s Nontraditional Workforce (HBS, 2007). Prior to the Families and Work Institute, Anne worked with companies like BlackRock and Deloitte to align workplaces to the changing nature of work and the workforce. She joined Deloitte from Catalyst, where she directed Women in Law: Making the Case and advised law firms and Fortune 500 companies on gender strategies.

    Do you feel like you never have a second to spare, and there is never enough time for anything but work? A recent poll found that 45% of adults feel the same way. Anne Weisberg offers her advice on how to reclaim your time and improve performance. See how you can escape the endless cycle of responsiveness, and the three steps towards feeling more accomplished and less overwhelmed.

  • Anne Weisberg is the Senior Vice President for Strategy at the Families and Work Institute. She is a recognized thought leader and executive who has designed innovative practices to build effective, inclusive work environments, including co-authoring the best-selling Mass Career Customization: Aligning the Workplace With Today’s Non-traditional Workforce (HBS, 2007). She directed the seminal research on women in the legal profession, Women in Law: Making the Case (Catalyst, 2001), and has authored numerous other pieces, including The Gender Dividend: Making the Business Case for Investing in Women (Deloitte, 2011), and Paths to Power: Advancing Women in Government (Deloitte, 2010), and Everything a Working Mother Needs to Know (Doubleday, 1994), a guide for women who have careers and are starting families on all the issues they face at work.

    Anne Weisberg, Senior Vice President at the Families and Work Institute, is a recognized thought leader and executive who has designed innovative practices to build effective, inclusive work environments, including co-authoring the best-selling (HBS, 2007).

    RolfDobelli More than 1 year ago
    The American workforce has changed dramatically since the 1960s. Today, only 17% of households consist of a father who works and a mother who stays home, challenging the underlying assumptions behind workplace success. How can companies attract and retain an ever-shrinking pool of skilled talent just as employees are redefining what it means to fit work into life and life into work? Deloitte executive Cathleen Benko and former executive Anne Weisberg say companies must abandon the traditional notion of a corporate ladder – on which you can only go up or step off – in favor of a new metaphor, the “corporate lattice,” which views career paths across a grid – instead of a ladder – allowing for growth along varied paths. getAbstract recommends this book’s solutions to senior managers and strategists charged with attracting, retaining and advancing a highly productive workforce, to those stuck on or off the corporate ladder, and to those who guide employees through career transitions and growth.

  • Product Information Book Format : Hardcover Business & Economics Book Subject : Careers & Success
    Author Name : Cathleen Benko, Anne Weisberg
    Miscellaneous Brand : Perseus Distribution Services
    Weight Weight : 1.15 lbs. per Each

    Anne Weisberg, Senior Vice President at the Families and Work Institute, is a recognized thought leader and executive who has designed innovative practices to build effective, inclusive work environments, including co-authoring the best selling (HBS, 2007).

Anne Weisberg (Author of Mass Career Customization)

The American workforce has changed dramatically since the 1960s. Today, only 17% of households consist of a father who works and a mother who stays home, challenging the underlying assumptions behind workplace success. How can companies attract and retain an ever-shrinking pool of skilled talent just as employees are redefining what it means to fit work into life and life into work? Deloitte executive Cathleen Benko and former executive Anne Weisberg say companies must abandon the traditional notion of a corporate ladder – on which you can only go up or step off – in favor of a new metaphor, the “corporate lattice,” which views career paths across a grid – instead of a ladder – allowing for growth along varied paths. getAbstract recommends this book’s solutions to senior managers and strategists charged with attracting, retaining and advancing a highly productive workforce, to those stuck on or off the corporate ladder, and to those who guide employees through career transitions and growth.