Category: technology

Climate action: Opportunity ahead

Boards have an urgent need to focus on opportunity in climate action in addition to our continuing role in climate risk mitigation. The time is now.
Published on  •  Posted in governance, risk

AI won't fix hiring biases, but you might

If you want to remove hiring bias, don't turn to AI; take a leaf from the British civil service's book and use first-principles thinking to fix the process.
Published on  •  Posted in culture, talent, technology

#WhenIWas15

When I was 15, I was trying to understand the present. Now when I am not 15, the quest continues.
Published on  •  Posted in risk, technology

Early employees and the art of equity distribution

This article is the fifteenth in the Startup Series on FirstPost’s Tech2 section and first appeared on May the 10th, 2017. As a professional …
Published on  •  Posted in governance, talent

Luxury's talent conundrum

A version of this essay appeared on Hudson Walker International’s Opinion section published on November the 4th, 2016. The Luxury sector is facing headwinds. …
Published on  •  Posted in culture, governance, talent

On fancy job titles

This article is the fourth in the Startup Series on FirstPost’s Tech2 section and first appeared on Oct the 19th, 2016. In one of …
Published on  •  Posted in culture, talent, technology

Influencer marketing and the luxury marque

Eight years ago, I was pondering the meaning of “authority” on the web. Fast forward to 2016 and the language has moved on. It …
Published on  •  Posted in Uncategorised

Four For Friday (33)

Nearly everyone has an opinion on “robots“. My nerdier friends get excited and talk about the latest advances; my sociologist and anthropologist friends shake …
Published on  •  Posted in culture, design, technology

Four For Friday (31)

This week’s links on design-thinking and design come right after I shared some observations made on a recent trip to India. Apple is giving …
Published on  •  Posted in culture, design, technology

Four For Friday (29)

The luxury sector is negotiating the tight rope between its traditional exclusivity and the open-all-hours, democratising nature of the web. It is a fascinating …
Published on  •  Posted in art, culture, design, talent, technology