Most jobs today are scoped in such a way they’ll be easily replaced by artificial intelligence. I remember being slightly nauseous when I learned that 60% of US jobs and 80% of global jobs require zero decision-making, judgment, or creativity. Zero. It’s shocking to think of. But then look at an everyday experience of interacting More
Roadmaps to “change the world”.
Earlier this week, the London School of Economics and Political Science shared a Q&A that we worked on together about how to scale ideas through networks. While all of the questions were on point, this one stuck out: You talk a lot about trust and integrity as important to get people to work towards a More
Have question? Feel free to share in response to my bi-weekly newsletter. I’ll pick one periodically to post here. From Sue M.: With innovation being such a hot topic, what do you think about actually making real innovation happen at the speed my clients expect? I find I have to strike a balance on change More
Around this time last year, my son was coming home with some really (!) disappointing grades. It was driving my husband and I a little crazy cause we knew he was more than capable of acing the work. (Ex: He would do the homework but neglect to turn it in. He would ace the test More
What Your Organization Needs to Increase Innovation Belonging is a seemingly little thing that shapes everything. We each need to belong. Having a sense of belonging is, in fact, a most fundamental human psychological need, as essential as our need for shelter, sustenance, and being safe from harm. For those of us who took Psych, More
Yesterday, I published the below article in Harvard Business Review. I started writing this piece about two months ago, thinking somehow that it was “timely.” Sadly, the news cycle kept providing more and more fodder for it to remain “timely” to look at the sexual harassment issues with a broader lens. In that window of More