The U.S. stock market has been in a bubble for two decades, but the terrifying endgame is not far off.
A few weeks ago I wrote about Why Failure Is The Best Competitive Advantage. We have long been taught to avoid and run from failure but a big part of the future of work is embracing failure because ultimately this is what leads to innovation. The benefits of doing so: increases […]
As crucial negotiations get underway between Athens and its creditors this week, will Greece turn to China for help?
Russia’s Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev is in Vietnam, where he is expected to build on the two countries’ long-standing trade ties.
International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde has welcomed the news that Athens will make a loan payment due to the IMF this week.
While normally I write about customer experience, this week I had the chance to attend a conference in Prague and I went to dinner with a few women from the global company’s leadership team. One female executive was the CEO of the company. She left an impression on me. This […]
An enterprise is no longer so much a collection of resources and capabilities as it is a set of platforms.
Yanis Varoufakis and IMF’s Christine Lagarde meet for two hours on Easter Sunday
Of every serious watch collector I have come to know, not one hasn’t owned a Rolex 1675 GMT Master. To many vintage watch enthusiasts, this historical, dual-timezone pilot’s wristwatch is either their first watch, their first great watch, or their first Rolex. Although different aesthetically, the GMT is best compared […]