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The iceberg of change

The iceberg of change

Sometimes change is simple, but often it’s like an iceberg – there is much more to it than meets the eye. The Titanic was the largest vessel in the world when she entered service in 1912. The ship’s builders and owners claimed she was unsinkable. Everyone on board – crew and passengers – also believed…

Doing the right thing, the right way

Over the past 50 years, much research has been done on the happiness of people. This research tells us that we experience happiness as a U-shaped curve. We are happiest in the first phase of our life when we are young, and then gradually become unhappier as we hit the second phase, middle age. That’s…

Embracing Artificial Intelligence

There is a meme on social media – a photo of a row of self-checkout machines and a message exhorting that you are never to use them because they kill jobs. Do self-checkouts necessarily lead to job losses or do they make room for new jobs and different services? The self-checkout is the perfect example…

Way-finders

Change is the only constant, and these days change is happening at breakneck speed. Technological innovation and Artificial Intelligence are unravelling most of our previous tried and true approaches. Almost every aspect of day-to-day life is changing—how we communicate, how we travel, where we work and how we perform our work. As innovations disrupt how…