Multiple Diversity – Existential Challenges for Boards and TOP‐Teams

[restored version] Diversity on boards of directors and supervisory boards? In the current debate, the increasing heterogeneity of members of top bodies (top management teams, supervisory boards, boards of directors) is seen as desirable for very different reasons. The public discussion on diversity in top bodies mainly relates to the dimension of gender. Origin is … »

Work and Being – Of Meaning Pressure, Purpose, and Hybrid Work

In his guest article, Hans Rusinek deals with the increasing need for meaning at work and the resulting over‐ and under‐​identification. To this end, he first tries to trace the increasing pressure for meaning in relation to the workplace from a socio‐​historical perspective, in order to then examine two possible solutions: A turn towards Purpose as a purposeful orchestration of occupational meaning, and a turn away from the question of meaning in view of a more fluid and hybrid future of work. … »