Technology is often just one piece in a jigsaw puzzle. To solve a problem at a systemic level, other pieces—often harder to crack, boring to implement, thankless at the end—have to fall in place
Category : thriving-in-volatile-times
With the COVID-19 pandemic, things are changing rapidly on several fronts. Here’s how individuals and businesses are responding and handling the uncertainty.
Work From Home
A daily update on how WFH is changing our lives and how best to deal with the unanticipated challenges it is throwing up. May 30 edition: See the big picture, watch out for cybercriminals, dress up for the occasion
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?
The government is easing the lockdown at last. I would be able to go out again. But, for what, my mind asked? Poems can articulate feelings that the rational mind cannot explain in prose
The Sholay generation knew how to party over movies with friends. Netflix Party wants to recreate the experience for millennials. Apparently, the crazier the movie, the better it is
In the lockdown, business is literally closed. And much ground is already lost to Bangladesh and Vietnam. It will take a mindset shift at many levels for the sector to reclaim lost ground
People respond to negative stimuli in their own way. What does it take to ignore the negativity and find a workaround for the stress?
Many continue to congratulate state governments for being bold in withdrawing constitutional protections of Indian workers, apparently to attract foreign investors. They’re missing the facts on the ground. What will convince them to open their hearts to the plight of millions of citizens?
There is content, content and more content. But there is only so much you need
Finding the right path when all is murky is a special challenge today. Deep listening and deep conversations can throw some light. This facilitated conversation does just that