When Bosses Blame, They Destroy Learning. Here’s Why.

His Fault Her Fault Their Fault Not Me. Blame shifting.
We know these people already. They finger-point everywhere except themselves. They see the office as a jungle and make it so.

As The Pandemic Recedes, Banks Are Poised to Make Bets. The Winners Are Those Who Learn.

People walk past a sign outside the JP Morgan Chase headquarters
This week kicks off the earnings season for big banks. JP Morgan Chase, Goldman Sachs, Citigroup and more., are all reporting their Q2 earnings.

A Turbulent Week In Mobility Stocks – Here’s Why More Is Coming Throughout 2021

A Turbulent Week In Mobility Stocks – Here’s Why More Is Coming Throughout 2021
Didi—the biggest ride-hailing app in China—was removed from China’s app stores. It was said that Beijing was worried about Didi’s mapping function.

The Largest IPO of 2021 Foretells the Future Ride-hailing: Didi

The Largest IPO of 2021 Foretells the Future Ride-hailing: Didi
Didi Global Inc., the Chinese ride-hailing giant, has been gearing up for a much-anticipated IPO on the New York Stock Exchange.

How Silicon Valley Will Eat Detroit Alive Unless Carmakers Become R&D Intensive

How Silicon Valley Will Eat Detroit Alive Unless Carmakers Become R&D Intensive
The gold rush into car-making is in full swing. Last week, General Motors announced it was upping its research and development.

Two Charts That Show Behaving Like Outsiders Are Keys To Reinvention: Interactive

Two Charts That Show Behaving Like Outsiders Are Keys To Reinvention: Interactive
We all harbor biases because of our prior experience. That's why learning how to learn is the most important. Behaving like outsiders are keys to reinvention.