Month: November 2020

Strategies to Stem the Effect of Covid-19 On Your Culture and Your Business

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This is a summary of the Forbes article ‘Strategies To Stem The Effect Of Covid-19 On Your Culture And Your Business.’ 2020 has been a curveball for young and old alike and has impacted all areas of our lives.  The impact of COVID-19 on business culture cannot be undermined. Employees across the globe have had … Read more

How AI Can Go Terribly Wrong: 5 Biases That Create Failure

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AI is a game-changing technology for companies, but it can go terribly wrong. As AI-based systems become more critical to companies, we all need to understand the issue of bias in AI. The biases of AI can result in reputational risk, poor results and outright errors. This article will enable boards and senior executives to … Read more

What It Takes to Lead Through an Era of Exponential Change

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This is a summary of the Harvard Business Review article ‘What It Takes to Lead Through an Era of Exponential Change.’ This year has been nothing anyone could have expected. Most companies are struggling to keep up with the pace and amount of change they’ve had to go through. Advancements in various fields have already … Read more

Some Good Thoughts for Board Members

We can always benefit from some good thoughts. Here’s a summary of some books and articles I found particularly useful:

FEAR: ESSENTIAL WISDOM FOR GETTING THROUGH THE STORM

Some Good Thoughts for CEOs

We can all benefit from some good thoughts. Here’s a summary of some books and articles I found particularly useful: FEAR: ESSENTIAL WISDOM FOR GETTING THROUGH THE STORM In this book, the famous Buddist Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh, explores the origins of our fears, illuminating a path to finding peace and freedom from anxiety and … Read more