By Benjamin Kessler   “Disrupt yourself first” is so five years ago. The new motto is “Burn your company to the ground then

By Benjamin Kessler   In recent times, rapid market and technological changes have taxed the creative capacities of even the most

By Benjamin Kessler   How individuals and organisations can keep progressing towards gender balance, in our profoundly disrupted

By Benjamin Kessler   The tyranny of automation is less scary than the automation of tyranny. Seen from one angle, “The Fourth

By Benjamin Kessler   Minor disruptions to the status quo, against a background of psychological safety, may be the best formula

By Benjamin Kessler   The pandemic calls into question the economic trends of the last four decades. Question: What do Comoros,

By Benjamin Kessler   The COVID-19 epidemic has highlighted the vulnerabilities of the traditional physically co-located office,

By Benjamin Kessler It’s generally accepted that large organisations, for a host of structural and cultural reasons, are at a

By Benjamin Kessler   It’s generally accepted that large organisations, for a host of structural and cultural reasons, are at a

By Benjamin Kessler   There’s no single path to long-term fulfillment in love and work – as long as partners are communicating