There are plenty of reasons why employers want their personnel in the office, but an AOM scholar details plenty
of reasons why allowing employees to work from anywhere (WFA) may be the way of the future..
Through interviews with dancers and choreographers and observing dance groups, AOM scholars identify six creative
work processes. The findings have broad implications in diverse creative endeavors, including fashion,
writers’ rooms, technology, and political strategy.
Graduate students are helping organizations translate the sometimes unwieldy and often politicized issue of
climate change into real-world responses. They work from the inside out to identify solutions and build
the business case for investment in energy and sustainability.
Through disaster-insurance risk pools, “governments of different countries can work together, and with
development organizations, on solutions for responding to disasters in ways that satisfy both their own
partial interests and wider regional ones,” an AOM scholar explains.