Harvard Business Review recently published an article that was co-authored by Michael Cusumano, a long-time member of the Woodbury School of Business Advisory Board and Managing Director of the Cusumano Real Estate Group.
The article, which was published in the “Work-Life Balance” section of this prestigious magazine is titled, How Working Dads Can Keep Pulling Their Weight at Home When WFH Ends. This article is very timely as it reviews the changing circumstances of working fathers who found themselves at home as a result of COVID-19 and considers options for their involvement in the day-to-day care of their families post-pandemic.
Refreshing and positively encouraging in the article is the idea that there may be a structural shift on the horizon that supports male executives taking an increased family caretaking role through more quality home-time once the pandemic has subsided. This will, of course, have implications for work schedules, with flexibility being at the forefront.
Mr. Cusumano is very active in philanthropic and civic endeavors and holds a California Real Estate License and California General Contractor’s License. He is a graduate of UCLA, Pepperdine’s Graziadio School of Business, and is currently working on his doctoral business degree at Pepperdine.
Last Updated July 27, 2021.