As business after business comes under pressure during this time, we must focus on doing what business does better than any other institution in our society: innovate and create value.
I was happy to be featured on a recent Australian radio show, Future Tense, speaking about the possibilities of the future and the a realistic perspective on the past.
This is an excerpt from my book, Evolutionaries, published in 2012. Barbara died last night, and in honor of her life and work, I wanted to put this on my blog—the story of a pioneering woman and a remarkable life.
The Swan Song of a Global Optimist is an Antidote to the Prevailing Pessimism
Tip your glass to Bernie Glassman, both for what he did, and for all he represents. Along with his contemporaries, he really did change the world.
Last year I had the chance to meet “rational optimist” Matt Ridley at a conference in Ojai, CA, and enjoyed a couple of brief conversations with this engaging evolutionary thinker.
A carefully curated round-up of some of the week’s most interesting stories.
Nuclear is not just carbon-free, its footprint, in many respects, is also smaller than solar or wind. But the fears around it are significant and undiminished since Fukushima.