• Can tech move countries out of dictatorships to democracies?

    Technology has the potential to play a significant role in the transition of countries from dictatorships to democracies. In recent years, we have seen numerous examples of how technology has been used to facilitate political change and promote democratic ideals.

  • How is the economic downturn hurting the creator economy?

    An economic downturn can have a variety of negative impacts on the creator economy, which refers to the group of people who create and sell digital content, such as art, music, writing, and video.

  • Can companies be run like democracies?

    In some cases, companies have implemented practices that allow employees to have a greater say in decision-making processes, similar to how democratic systems function. These practices are often referred to as “participative management” or “employee empowerment.”

  • Fish Memory Syndrome

    In today’s fast-paced world, it can be easy to feel overwhelmed by the constant flow of information and stimuli. It’s no surprise, then, that as a society, we have a tendency to forget things quickly. As Michael Crichton once said, “The audience does not remember yesterday, let alone last week, or last month.”

  • How data can help companies better understand and improve the employee experience

    Data can be a powerful tool for helping companies better understand and improve the employee experience. By collecting and analyzing data on various aspects of the employee experience, companies can gain valuable insights into what is working well and what areas need improvement.