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2014 Is Work-Family Reaching a Tipping Point?, Harvard Business, March.
2014 Banks Ease Work Conditions, Fox Business News, January.
2014 On Wall Street, a Generation Gap on Work/Life Issues by Rachel Abrams, New York Times, January.
2014 Millennials Want Children, But They’re Not Planning on Them by Katrina Alcorn, New York Times, January.
2013 The Ideas that Shaped Management in 2013, Harvard Business, December.
2013 The Parent Trap, Think with Krys Boyd on Public Media, December.
2013 Bye bye, Baby by Jena McGregor, Washington Post, November.
2013 Nokia Interview, November.
2013 The New Sexy: Millennial Egalitarian Men by Joan C. Williams, Huffington Post, November.
2013 Why leaders are saying: Career first, kids — maybe never by Karl Moore and Sienna Zampino, Globe and Mail.
2013 Why Wharton Undergrads Are Saying ‘No’ To Having Kids by Elaine Pofeldt, Forbes, October.
2013 More Millennials are putting pregnancy on pause. Chicago Public Radio, October.
2013 Wharton Prof. Sees Continuing Decline In Young People’s Interest in Parenthood, CBS Philly, October.
2013 Baby Bust: Millennials’ View Of Family, Work, Friendship And Doing Well by Kare Anderson, Forbes, October.
2013 Has the Movement for Women’s Equality Hit a Wall?, PRI’s To the Point, February.
2013 Today’s Grads Choose Work Over Family, CBS Local, February.
2013 Don’t rule out having children because you want to have a career, The Atlantic, February.
2011 How Generation Y’s influence is changing your workplace, The American Entrepreneur, September.
2011 Men negotiating the work-life balance, Radio Times with Marty Moss-Coane, WHYY, August.
2010 ABC News interview about the White House Forum on Workplace Flexibility.
2009 Boost resilience, decrease stress, and improve your performance, Harvard Business Ideacast, September.
2009 Editor’s note, Directors and Boards , Annual Report, Summer.
2009 Caught in the middle, Human Resource Executive, July 9.
2009 How to let the ax fall gently: The best leaders act with respect, authenticity, and integrity – especially in times of downsizing.  Philadelphia Inquirer, May 11.
2009 A life in harmony. Chief Executive Officer, March 31.
2009 Managing in troubled times, Effective Executive, March.
2008 Hot ticket in B-school: bringing life values to corporate ethics.  New York Times, May 28.
2008 Getting more of what you want with four-way wins! Positive Psychology News Daily, December 11.
2008 Tipping the scales.  Human Resources Management, Fall.
2008 I want my private life back, Business Week, July 29.
2008 Three-minute manager, Fortune, July 21.
2008 Teaching the benefits of balance, Business Week, September 20.
2008 Total Leadership: an interview, Sloan Work and Family Research Network, July, vol. 10 (7).
2008 Radio Times with Marty Moss-Coane, WHYY, June 11.
2007 Flextime: honing the balance.  Business Week, December 11.
2007 All work, no life.  O, the Oprah Magazine, July.
2005 Between work and life there’s balance.  Boston Globe, June 19.
2005 Extreme jobs (and people who love them).  Fast Company, April.
2004 Balance is bunk, Fast Company, October.
2002 Making work your family’s ally. APA Monitor, July/August.
2002 Book review. Administrative Science Quarterly, June, 358-364.
2002 Creative destruction, family style. The Intercollegiate Review, Spring.
2002 Conversation with the Experts – Re-framing Work and Family Issues: Implications for Practice ` and Research: A Dialogue Between Stewart Friedman and Ellen Ernst Kossek.
2001 Book Review. Academy of Management Executive, May, 139-141.
2001 Corporate help is at hand for working parents. Financial Times, Nov 5.
2000 This year’s picks on work, family, advice, and self-help.  (Work and Family – Allies or Enemies? selected as one of the best of the year.) Wall Street Journal, December 20. 
2000 Body and Soul. Interview about Work and Family – Allies or Enemies? Human Resource Executive, November.
2000 Book Review. HR Magazine, July.
2000 Life’s work. CIO, October 16.
1999 Are saner workloads the unexpected key to more productivity? Wall Street Journal, March 10.
1999 Managers are going “off the books” to meet workers’ off-hours needs. Los Angeles Times, January 17.
1996 Fringe benefit: happier children. Boston Globe , August 25.
1996 It’s the type of job you have that affects the kids, studies say. Wall Street Journal, July 31.
1996 Enter the ‘New Hero’: A Boss Who Knows You Have a Life.Wall Street Journal, May 8.
1995 In real life, hard choices upset any balancing act. Wall Street Journal, April 19.
1995 Keeping your career a manageable part of your life. Wall Street Journal, April 12.
1994 Coming soon: get a life 101. New York Times, February 27
1994 Work-family issues top business classes. Wall Street Journal, January 28.
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