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Three days a week we’ll email you a super insightful illustration that tells a story about the world of work. The emails cover topics like company culture, design thinking, leadership strategies, creating better functioning teams, enhancing patient experience, etc. They are designed to give you insight into working smarter and being more connected to why you do what you do. We also feature guest posts once a week from thought leaders around the world. People who enjoy the daily are most often senior leaders in business, healthcare execs, entrepreneurs, and academics.

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Read our latest posts below:

The Ambiguous Crisis – Dr. Keith Merron

By David Essman | May 25, 2020

“Coronavirus is not a crisis. It is an ambiguous crisis”. F.O.G*, Dr. Keith Merron has a great article on the current situation, “Coronavirus is not a crisis. …

How Innovation Works by Matt Ridley

By David Essman | May 20, 2020

  The word ‘innovation’ is invoked with alarming frequency by companies trying to sound up to date but with little or no systematic idea about …

This Kind of Transformation: Dragged Kicking and Screaming

By David Essman | May 18, 2020

    For the last decade or so, the consultant-thinkfluencer-futurist-guru crowd has been harping on a lot about “Digital Transformation”. Of course, this meant that …

Systems of Trust by Jeremy Epstein

By David Essman | May 13, 2020

  Systems of Trust surround us. We rely on them thousands of times a day to help us establish trust with people we don’t know. …

Fair Winds Do Not A Great Capitan Make

By David Essman | May 11, 2020

  Joan Miró is one of the most important artists of the Twentieth Century; his pieces adorn all the major museums. As it turns out, his greatest …

You WILL be disrupted

By David Essman | May 4, 2020

  Intel wasn’t worried. They made the best, most powerful chips (i.e. microprocessors) in the world. Besides that, they had more money, more employees, and were …