The latest meeting of the United Nations Climate Change conference in Katowice, Poland managed to agree upon the rules and procedures for implementation of the historic Paris accord and while work remains to be done, the world is one step closer to solving perhaps the biggest threat we are facing.
Cities are ahead of the game in the transition to a cleaner, more livable world and Madrid’s Mayor, Manuela Carmena, has boldly made the city a leading example by restricting private internal combustion engines from the city’s most iconic central district.
In an opinion piece published last Tuesday in the Wall Street Journal Mike Pompeo and his crass realpolitik brought American foreign policy to its lowest point in decades.
Automation, big data and artificial intelligence are begining to change the nature of work and employment. This issue goes well beyond Human Resources and needs the involvement of Sr. Management and the Board.
A couple of weeks ago, the United States elected a Democratic majority to the U.S. Congress while the Republican party managed to hold on to the Senate. The election result is a set back for President Donald Trump but also a reminder of how the system is supposed to work. If one party or administration goes too far, the electorate will push them back towards the political center achieving what the founders of the country called checks and balances.