• AI for Survival of the Fittest?
    AI for Survival of the Fittest?

    From Charles Darwin to Elon Musk: How artificial intelligence will influence human evolution and natural selection.

  • “Passivity Is Depressing, Activity Is Energizing.”
    “Passivity Is Depressing, Activity Is Energizing.”

    The doyenne of leadership experts, Rosabeth Moss Kanter, on the importance of advanced leadership in times of crisis, more diversity at the executive level, and the need to reinvent institutions.

  • “Hello, How Are You?”
    You would be surprised how many employees know the difference between an artificial and a real smile. Even if you move the corners of your mouth remotely.
    “Hello, How Are You?”

    In times when the whole world is wondering how best to get through the current crisis, small things make the difference. For example, taking an honest interest in your employees.

  • Looking Beyond the Water Cooler
    Looking Beyond the Water Cooler

    There is no substitute to person-to-person bonding. But there are ways to address the same needs in a new way – or at least to bring more humanity into our online interactions.

  • “Education Ministries Across Latin America Have Been Quite Creative.”
    Lima city at lockdown on coronavirus pandemic in 2020 / Photo: Christian Vinces / getty
    “Education Ministries Across Latin America Have Been Quite Creative.”

    Learning loss, especially among the world's poor, is a major concern following months of school lockdowns. Yet new teaching tools and digital initiatives rolled out during the pandemic could benefit the cause of improving literacy…

  • No One Is Safe
    No One Is Safe

    Cybercriminals are keeping pace with the major transformation steps that many companies have taken in recent months. Here is what you need to know.

  • “How Can L&D Best Support Leaders and Employees in Their Home Office?”
    “How Can L&D Best Support Leaders and Employees in Their Home Office?”

    By evaluating people’s operational challenges and support requirements at least monthly. And by shifting from striving for perfection to improvisation and learning while doing. Here’s a best practice story.

  • “How Do I Find My Flow Working from Home?”
    “How Do I Find My Flow Working from Home?”

    Even if I’m surrounded by a spouse, kids and worries.

  • “How Do I Prevent and Resolve Workplace Clashes?”
    “How Do I Prevent and Resolve Workplace Clashes?”

    Yes, conflicts also occur at the fully digitized remote workplace – sometimes even more often and more severe. Here is how to deal with them.

  • “Lack of Competition Generates Hubris…”
    “Lack of Competition Generates Hubris…”

    …and unfortunately, this also applies to the economic system the world largely adopted and is now relying on: capitalism. The world’s leading inequality scholar, Branko Milanović talks about global income disparities, resurgent ideologies and the…