Joseph Fuller is a Professor of Management Practice at the Harvard Business School, the co-director of the school’s long-term project, Managing the Future of Work, and co-heads the university-wide Project on the Workforce. He is a Visiting Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute. Prior to joining Harvard’s faculty, he was a founder and the long-time CEO of Monitor, now Monitor-Deloitte, the global consultancy. He studies issues related to employment and income polarization and the relationship between talent, corporate strategy and economic competitiveness. His research spans the many issues that will shape the future of work, including the emerging gig economy, the impact of care obligations on workforce demographics, the misalignment of the education sector and employers, and how corporate human resource and operating policies inadvertently undermine their economics and frustrate important ambitions. He is also leads an extensive research project on the evolution of the C-Suite in global companies.