The pace of technological change is fast and phenomenal. But how afraid should we be that our identities are swallowed up and reshaped for profit and control?
Today, more than ever, ethics are a leadership imperative. Bruna Martinuzzi examines the power of ethical leaders and what it takes to be one.
Are remote works more at risk of redundancy? Kevin Dunne talks to employees and employers about letting people go the right and wrong way.
Many of us are scrutinizing our habits to try to live more ethically, and it isn't just our personal lives that are being evaluated under an ethical microscope – it's our working lives too. So, do you work for an ethical business?
"Leaders of good character keep their promises... and treat you as a human being and not as an object."
"Data drives Amazon forward, many of the knock-on effects of its success are not ones that I would have chosen. Yet I keep giving Amazon full consent to use my data." - Jonathan Hancock
Have you ever noticed how decisions are so much harder when you try to do the right thing and make an ethical decision, rather than focusing on what's easiest or most practical? This is mainly because "the right thing" means different things to different people. It's like carving jello. Priorities shift and the decision wobbles, […]
"You cannot fix a problem that you refuse to acknowledge." – Margaret Heffernan, Willful Blindness: Why We Ignore the Obvious at Our Peril Choosing Not to See Think about how many people you know who wear glasses or contact lenses, or who have had ophthalmic surgery. Or the 20 million people worldwide every year who […]
I was looking forward to interviewing leading sustainability expert Wayne Visser for our Expert Interview podcast. The plan was to talk face-to-face but we ended up speaking via Skype instead. I’d like to say I chose technology over transport to reduce my carbon footprint, but actually the decision was more about timing. This got me […]