As technology becomes ubiquitous in day-to-day living, and its role in the economy grows, the importance of knowledge will increase manifold. This knowledge economy will require far deeper specialization, as disciplines get more complex. And also people with a broad understanding of multiple disciplines. An excerpt from Kiran Karnik’s new book, ‘Decisive Decade’
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July 6, 2021: Innovate to solve immediate and consequential problems; Vaccine hesitancy; The space race; Thinking time
July 1, 2021: A policy window to make healthcare efficient; How Moderna works; Be mindful
June 30, 2021: Clayton Christensen on reframing the problem; A new normal in Singapore; Michael Holding on racism; How teachers feel now
December 14, 2020: Ramachandra Guha on Vinoo Mankad; How to decline Zoom meetings that are not relevant to you; Elon Musk on making your products the best they can be; Mona Lisa smile
October 16, 2020: Francis Fukuyama on liberalism; China’s Digital Silk Route; Scott Anthony on DBS Bank; You get what you pay for
September 07, 2020: The ovarian lottery; The ingredients of innovation; Naval Ravikant on education; How to lose weight
Organisations across the spectrum have been able to get their act together, focus, and solve tough problems quickly. This makes you wonder—why are they unable to muster even a fraction of this ability in normal times?
Work From Home
Even as they grapple with the operational aspects of the crisis, many business leaders are bringing a beginner’s mind and experimenting. They are discovering slivers of opportunity and preparing for a post COVID-19 world
The world over, there is a “tribalisation of opinion”. Where are the spaces to listen to people not like us?