All Articles About
- Society & Politics
How will the corona crisis change office life? What should cities do to reinvent themselves for tomorrow? MIT researcher Carlo Ratti and Steelcase VP James Ludwig shared plenty of ideas in their DLD Sync session…
Make Uncertainty Your Friend!
Don’t try to fight uncertainty, learn to manage it, author and consultant Margaret Heffernan says. Watch her DLD Sync session with Niki Kolev about better ways to deal with risk.
“We Have Over-Optimized Our Economy”
In the DLD Sync kick-off session, Oxford economist Carl Benedikt Frey shares his insights on the future of work, automation and the economy after Covid-19.
The Impact of Automation: “We Can Help People Adjust”
In conversation with DLD, Oxford economist Carl Benedict Frey speaks about his new book “The Technology Trap” and describes the social impact of automation.
Kai-Fu Lee on AI: “This Is Not A Race of Man Against Machine”
Artificial intelligence is a key technology, often seen as decisive for the future of whole nations: If you know how to build the smartest algorithms…
“Online Learning And Offline Learning Go Hand In Hand”
Never in history has there been more knowledge at our fingertips than today – and at the same time, whatever knowledge and skills we acquire…
Company Culture In The Era Of New Work
Digital transformation does not only have effects on products, business strategies and processes. A central success factor for successful transformation are the people who implement…
The Future of Love
Esther Perel is recognized as one of today’s most insightful and original voices on modern relationships. With her podcast “Where Should We Begin?” the Belgian psychotherapist…
Closing the Female Leadership Gap
Despite multiple and long-term efforts by business, legislation and politics to balance out the gender gap in corporate leadership, the figures of women in C-suite…
Is Authenticity Overrated?
Is authenticity still an issue? Scanning through book shops and finding titles like “How to be yourself“ answer that question quite clearly. With these words Herminia…