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Why HR tech startups are thriving in spite of a market downturn.
Taking stock of the current market for HRtech and future of work startups.
Where do HR, the future of work, and venture capital collide?
Why platforms, not point solutions, might lead the way.
How employers are shifting focus in a changing economic environment.
Allison discusses how companies can evolve post-pandemic and debunks the myths of raising VC funding.
Razor-sharp insights about brand, culture, and how to effectively build a company.
Five reasons why the most shocking trends in VC are likely here to stay.
Those in the industry hope to sustain last year’s growth. But there are problems under the surface.
Allison interviews Ian White, Co-founder and CEO of Charthop on the future of work post-COVID.
HR veterans from IBM, Visa, and Disney shares insights on what the workplace will look like in a post-COVID world.
Success in venture capital is more than just making good investments.
The process of raising a VC fund can be similar to raising capital for a startup, except it takes 5-10+ years to demonstrate traction.
Here are 5 urgent steps employers must take to help women succeed in the workplace.
Allison talks about building a better future of work alongside the largest, most forward-thinking employers in America.
For an industry defined by ten-year funds, long feedback loops, and slow-moving decision makers, venture capital has been changing very quickly.
Covid-19 and remote working have been a catalyst for alternative benefits.
A flipped workplace is better for both employers and employees because it optimizes for productivity, not presence.
Challenges and opportunities that existed before 2020 are now rapidly accelerating.
Being successful requires the ability to balance the complex relationship between our two customer bases: our LPs and our portfolio founders.
2020 has brought us many crises but has also offered leaders numerous learning opportunities.
Diversity in venture capital requires revealing the unwritten rules of the industry.
If the industry doesn’t tread carefully, its short-term gains could pave the way to long-term self-destruction.
"If you really want to change how people work in the long run, you need to change their incentives."
"Dollars are being disproportionately allocated to experienced founders and this disadvantages minorities and women who do not have the same pre-existing reputation and network."
"In addition to expanding your skill set with a certificate program, build your network and invest in relationships that will help you progress your career."
The biggest challenge is creating a playbook that addresses a universal need for clarity while also preserving agility in the face of constantly changing circumstances.
Technology is transforming work into a digital, distributed, and data-driven reality.
5 Reasons Why Micro-Businesses Will Define the Future of Work
If the past decade in tech was defined by unicorns, here are five reasons why the next decade will be shaped by XSMBs.