Ideas@Work: Introduction

A series of short posts, spotlighting great ideas for designing human-centered workplaces where people can express their human potential, flourish, and be happy.

Portrait of French novelist André Gide. Original painting by P. Albert Laurens, 1924

Ideas are valuable tools we can use to shape the world we inhabit. Human thought has produced many beautiful ideas. Maybe, the challenge lies less in thinking new ideas, but in excavating and putting to good use existing ones.


This is the first in a series of short posts presenting ideas by eminent thinkers from diverse fields that I have found useful for designing human-centered workplaces where people can express their human potential, flourish, and be happy. Each post contains a quote, a reading recommendation, and a few lines about the idea and its application in organizations.


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Next up in Ideas@Work: Carl Rogers’ Person-Centered Therapy

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