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5 Ways COVID-19 Has Changed Workforce Management

The world’s response to COVID-19 has resulted in the most rapid transformation of the workplace. Working from home has become the new normal, and we’ve gone from digitizing the relationship between firm and customer to digitizing the relationship between employer and employee. We have been catapulted forward, fast-tracking trends such as automation, digitalization, and…

Rethinking Public Transit in the COVID19 Crisis: Is it Time to Shift Gears Now?

Public transit as a critical element of our daily commute has always been the backbone of urban mobility. The COVID-19…
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Intelligencer

In 2017, Scott Galloway anticipated Amazon’s $13.7 billion purchase of Whole Foods a month before it was announced.
Future of Work

Is Geoffrey West's Argument Still Valid?

Theoretical physicist Geoffrey West explains his conclusion by examining complex networks: doubling the population of a…
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Innovation Management

Why Do Most Business Ecosystems Fail?

We are in the midst of a paradigm shift in the way businesses are organized. The traditional model of the integrated firm with its hierarchical supply chain is increasingly being replaced by business ecosystems, dynamic groups of largely independent partners that work together to deliver integrated products and services. Most of today’s business ecosystems are built around digital platforms. Our…
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How Are the Bay Area Accelerators Responding to COVID-19?

 Apart from its sunny weather, diversity, liberal politics, and high-tech industry, the Bay Area has known for its start-up accelerators that are crucial for California’s innovation ecosystem. While they differ in execution, these accelerators typically provide…
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Entrepreneurship in the Silicon Valley

Silicon Valley has been consistently ranked as one of the world’s top innovation and startup ecosystem hubs, with high rates of entrepreneurial activity. It is the third most innovative region in the world and the number one global startup ecosystem, consisting of…
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The Bay Area Needs More Social Entrepreneurs

Since the 1980s, a growing number of individuals have been increasingly using entrepreneurship as a strategy to tackle the societal problems in the world. Combining business techniques to ensure efficiency with a passion to fulfill community needs, social entrepreneurship provides a model that can support long-term development and change. Focusing on the housing crisis, this is the 1st article of…
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5 Ways COVID-19 Has Changed Workforce Management

The world’s response to COVID-19 has resulted in the most rapid transformation of the workplace. Working from home has become the new normal, and we’ve gone from digitizing the relationship between firm and customer to digitizing the relationship between employer and…
Future of Work

Intelligencer

In 2017, Scott Galloway anticipated Amazon’s $13.7 billion purchase of Whole Foods a month before it was announced. Last year, he called WeWork on its “seriously loco” $47 billion valuation a month before the company’s IPO imploded. Now, Galloway, a Silicon Valley runaway who teaches marketing at NYU Stern School of Business, believes the pandemic has greased the wheels for big tech’s…
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COVID-19Smart City

Is Geoffrey West's Argument Still Valid?

Theoretical physicist Geoffrey West explains his conclusion by examining complex networks: doubling the population of a city causes many negative side effects such as higher air pollution and crime rates. Yet, it also boosts innovation by 15% and the city gets richer. I…
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Displaced People Remain Vulnerable at the “Frontline” of the Pandemic While Facing Increasing Precarity

Fragility is the single most striking cause of displacement around the world today. Even increasingly common drivers of flight like natural disasters and pandemics are only likely to cause mass cross-border movements if they affect fragile states. Today more than 70 million people are forcibly displaced. A full 86 percent of refugees today make their “temporary” home in middle- and low-income…
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