For many, 2020 will not be remembered as a "best of" much. We don't need to repeat the reasons here; it's sufficient to point out that a 100-year pandemic was only one of many difficulties facing the world last year.
There’s a fortune to be made in data and silicon, and everyone is out for their share. Artificial intelligence is this century’s gold rush. Its promises scintillate in them there hills. But while everyone is busy setting up camp in
Every organization needs the capacity to generate disruptive ideas. No one can afford to stand still and pretend that past habits will guarantee future success. If your organization isn’t ready to meet the new realities of an ever-evolving marketplace, another
Let's talk about swans. All swans are birds or, more specifically, waterfowl. They are large and sport long, slender necks. They migrate south for the winter, traveling in that eye-catching V formation. They have teeth that they use to catch
Weijian Shan, chairman of the PAG group, sees a bright future for investors in China, as long as they understand the evolving nature of the country’s economic growth. Though China’s economy began booming in the 1970s through manufacturing and exports,
The first response to big, bad news is likely to be widespread panic — it’s human nature. Yet, says risk communication expert David Ropeik, you can actually strengthen a team’s confidence if you recognize the crisis as “a huge opportunity
By 2003, General Electric, now better known as GE, had a reputation problem. Its long-time image as a company at the forefront of a sparkling future had been shaken. After a bitter dispute with the EPA over chemicals released into