Power informs the fundamental conditions for prosperity. When you understand how Power works, you understand the world. It shapes society: dictating who participates, to what degree they can affect change, and how they can participate in the economy. Many people think and write that social media shifts power while not drawing the distinction of what More
Culture and leadership aren’t just two important aspects of the game – they are the game.
A comb, a high-heeled shoe, and football tickets. These can all be tools of “covering” or passing. But, in a way you wouldn’t expect. In this informative talk: Christie Smith, regional managing director at Deloitte Consulting, spoke at TEDxBeaconStreet about the shocking number of employees who don’t share their true identity at work in order to More
Part III of III of series on how networks can enable onlyness, featuring Fortune’s MPW community (links for full series, below) “Here’s the thing. And it’s a real thing.” Manal Elattir is talking in a dramatic rapid-fire whisper over Skype, trying not to wake her 9-month-old twins. It’s nearly midnight in Morocco, and she is More
If the cover stories of Business Week, Fast Company, and Inc are to be believed, every organization ought to be 100% Digital, Alwayson, ready for AI technologies, and so on. But of course, that’s not happening. And, that’s not all bad. The real question is how do we create a powerful vision for the future, More
Uber is very much a part of the new economy, freeing work from jobs, allowing anyone to be an entrepreneur. They are in many ways, the epitome of a “sharing economy” business model. In a very short few years, it’s become a company that has amassed uberpower, ubermarketshare, and uberfunding. In June, they got about More
A few weeks from now, at the Drucker Forum, a “management congress” is coming together shape the future. And they asked, in preparation for that, for each of the speakers to share some thoughts. I ended up with this piece. It is on monkeys and monkey-like behavior that keeps the same, just the same. It’s More