Five Strategies of Successful Part-Time Work
by Vivien Corwin, Thomas B. Lawrence, and Peter J. Frost
Most professionals start working part-time to create solutions in their lives. They have young children, want to get MBAs, need to care for aging parents. All too often, though, part-time work creates as many problems as it solves. In the best-case scenario, many part-timers end up working more hours than they intended. In the worst case, they see their importance to their organizations slowly but surely fade away. Now, though, after two generations have wrestled with such arrangements, some part-time professionals have found strategies that are succeeding.
Notice that we say the part-time professionals themselves have found these ...