• “How Do I Use Data to Make Better Decisions?”
    “How Do I Use Data to Make Better Decisions?”

    Well, depends on the area of application within your company. Some advice (and a warning) for marketing, HR, management and the boardroom.

  • The 1845 Tiny Home Craze
    The 1845 Tiny Home Craze

    Henry David Thoreau’s Walden Or: How to Escape the Rat Race (and Make Peace with Woodchuck Cravings)

  • The Bold, the Beautiful and the Murderous
    The Bold, the Beautiful and the Murderous

    Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray Or: Why You Should Embrace Aging Gracefully

  • “What Does Digital Transformation Mean for My Career?”
    “What Does Digital Transformation Mean for My Career?”

    Not only are business models disrupted, but also jobs and ways of working.

  • “What Problems Can I Solve with Blockchain?”
    “What Problems Can I Solve with Blockchain?”

    More than you think – and it’s actually much less complicated than it may sound.

  • “What Is the Most Enjoyable Version of Lifelong Learning?”
    “What Is the Most Enjoyable Version of Lifelong Learning?”

    Meet Bob, 74, retired telephone man

  • Photo by Ajeet Mestry on Unsplash
    Photo by Ajeet Mestry on Unsplash
    The Art of Retiring (in Time)

    But what if you’re only 26? Even better! Here’s why.

  • Photo by Louis Velazquez on Unsplash
    Photo by Louis Velazquez on Unsplash
    Congress’ Attempt to Curtail Presidential War Making Powers

    The Founding Fathers, 9/11 and a sixty-word blank check.

  • Photo by Omid Armin on Unsplash
    Photo by Omid Armin on Unsplash
    The Current Iran Crisis Has Been Long in the Making

    And it will remain a hot issue in the foreseeable future. Here is why and what might happen next. 

  • Photo by Martin Sanchez on Unsplash
    Photo by Martin Sanchez on Unsplash
    Books of the Year 2019

    Invisible women, 25 pairs of shoes, and the long-awaited end of unnecessary meetings – here are this year’s reading recommendations from different departments at getAbstract.