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Reflecting on Leading in Uncertainty

Dave Snowden

On 11 June 2020, I had the privilege of being part of a fascinating conversation about leadership. We had a diverse panel made up of – – Eliat Aram is the CEO of the Tavistock Institute for Human Relations.

Getting Wiser

Clark Quinn

I’ve been interested in wisdom as a stretch goal. That is, if what I (and, ideally, we) do is help people become smarter, could we go further? Could we help people get wiser? Let’s be clear, I am not claiming that I am wise.

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An Apology To Public Enemy’s Chuck D

Dan Pontefract

I do not pretend to understand, but ever since I was a teenager, I’ve tried my best to fathom the pain to be a supporting agent of assistance. In hindsight, … Continue reading "An Apology To Public Enemy’s Chuck D".


The Post-Pandemic Enterprise: What Will It Be Like?

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

In the near term, nations have been mostly focused on surviving the massive disruptions caused by Covid-19. But, what about the longer term? What will the post-pandemic new normal be like for societies and economies? More specifically, how will the pandemic impact the world of business?

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a global human sensemaking platform

Harold Jarche

The thinking that got us into this mess will not get us out of it. If we are to create a new economic order it has to move beyond civil society, governments, and markets. A quid pro quo between private firms and public authorities will only reinforce the status quo.

Change, urgency, and new opportunities: talking about climate change during a pandemic

Dave Snowden

Photo by Deborah Diem on Unsplash. I have been thinking a lot about climate change during the COVID-19 times (and so have many many many others ). Two things have struck many among us, and have repeatedly been brought up in discussions I have been a part of.

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3 Problems COVID-19 Created for Corporations (and How eLearning Helps)


The COVID-19 pandemic has caused problems for organizations worldwide. Because it came on suddenly and with a vengeance, the global health crisis severely impacted corporations’ bottom lines, levels of information security, employees, and more.

How Nonprofits Can Financially Recover as the Economy Reopens


In April of 2020, the White House introduced “ Opening Up America Again ,” a plan for reopening the economy so that Americans could safely get back to work amid the COVID-19 pandemic.