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‘Weaving’ — 21st Century Servant Leadership for Systemic Health

Reflections on the Ashoka ‘Global Change Leaders’ gathering to promote transformative innovation in education (1 of 4) “Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall; Humpty Dumpty had a great fall; All the King’s Horses and all the King’s men, could not put Humpty Dumpty back together again.” — English Nursery Rhyme WE LIVE in a fractured world […]

The data-driven corporation

The components of the data-driven culture picture: pixabay Modern companies are typically overloaded with large volumes of heterogeneous data, from multiple sources. They make significant investments on technologies and architectures such as data marts, data warehouses, data lakes and operational data stores with sophisticated Business Intelligence, Analytics and Predictive systems on top. […]

Above The Cacophony

Why The World Needs A Medium For Grass Roots Global Co-Operation “I brood over [each pot] with the same tenderness a mortal child awakens in its parent.” “I am making pottery for art’s sake, God’s sake, the future generation, and — by present indications — for my own satisfaction, but when I’m gone my work … […]

The Techlash Gains Momentum

Is society finally getting serious about its algorithm problems? Founders and advisors to the Center for Humane Technology Keep me honest here — am I over-indexing on the Tech Gets Its Comeuppance story, or simply reflecting reality? I’m starting to wonder. But once again a review of the past few days of […]

Elon’s Secret Sauce

I did an interview recently where I was asked to deconstruct Elon Musk’s entrepreneurial success. Having known Musk for 17 years, I’ve had the chance to watch his meteoric rise into someone who is arguably the greatest entrepreneur of our age. In this blog, I’ll share what I’ve learned from Musk — lessons […]

Uncovering Buried Treasure: Innovation vs. Culture

© Shutterstock.com Deep in the Guatemalan jungle archeologists have been navigating the thick undergrowth, alert for poisonous snakes, and contending with swarms of killer bees and scorpions. These scientists recently discovered tens of thousands of structures built by the Maya over a millennium ago. To a certain extent, their discovery […]

The Apple Battery Cover-Up: Triumph of Management, Failure of Leadership

This is a difficult post for me to write. It’s a post about Apple — yet it’s not the same Apple where I spent 22 years of my career. It’s also a post about competent management — and, the utter failure of leadership.starti You’ve probably seen the headlines by now. Apple recently rolled out […]

Screw Emotional Intelligence–Here’s The Key To The Future Of Work

This Y Combinator alum and former IBM Watson strategist believes the market value of one particular capability will soon outpace EQ. Continue reading on Fast Company » GurupriyanGurupriyan is a Software Engineer and a technology enthusiast, he’s been working on the field for the last 6 years. Currently focusing on […]

Common Misconceptions Executives Have About AI

Artificial intelligence is no longer the sole domain of tech companies like Google, Facebook, IBM or Amazon. Recognizing the potential of exponential technologies like A.I. and bots, creative agencies like Ogilvy and consulting firms like McKinsey and Accenture now proudly feature A.I. departments. The message to executives is clear: it’s […]