Two years ago, at an all-staff meeting at Inventium, the innovation consultancy I run, I announced that we’d be introducing unlimited paid vacation. To my knowledge, we were the first company in Australia to introduce the policy, so I’d spent… Continue reading
First-generation immigrants who relocated to the U.S. to seek a better life are responsible for the founding of some of the largest and most important U.S. companies. Those companies are generating billions in revenue and creating millions of jobs year… Continue reading
For many high school students, it’s hard to feel motivated by the connection between getting an “A” in trigonometry and getting into college. College feels abstract and distant. When a teacher assigns math homework, it can be easy to ask:… Continue reading
Some of the biggest retail brands in the world are downsizing.
Ikea – known for its large and expansive physical stores – is the latest name to announce an investment in small outlets. It follows on from the likes… Continue reading
The president tweeted on Wednesday morning that Twitter was “shadow banning” prominent Republicans. But just what is shadow banning? That practice is a method by which a platform or service blocks a user’s content from reaching an online community without… Continue reading