Several years ago I made a vow to give up gossiping and doing so has made me realize how dangerous it is, truly dangerous
On September 13, 2015, I woke up to headlines about the Egyptian Army bombing a group of Mexican tourists in the desert. It wasn't until the next morning that I discovered that one of the people who were killed was a very dear friend of mine.
This emotional charge manifests even in very simple experiments that show people are drawn to the physical form of money
Opening up Fifa's data - including datasets related to its expenditure and contracting, governance and development projects
It appears to me that most of our attention is going into reacting against the issues of the past and, as a community, we seem unable to focus our attention and draw resources to sense and shape the future. I believe this is in part due to the language we use.
"You have a lot of trees back here," I said to my husband one Sunday afternoon in his backyard after we'd been dating only a few months. "Yep." "I thought you were going to be moving shortly?" "I probably will."
Working in parallel gave our team several benefits. First, we reduced time waiting for approval using usual emails, calls
Disengaged workforces. Water shortages. Financial oligarchies. Climate change. Charismatic leadership. Mass migration. Wealth inequality.
How to bring about organizational change is one of the chief challenges of my own consulting clients, so I sat down with Jake Jacobs recently to get his take on how to be an effective change agent, and how to facilitate positive organizational change.
Are some bosses, senior staff and chief executives are so isolated from the day-to-day that they really don't know what's been going on for so long?