Philippa Malmgren: “Is it possible that the superpowers are no longer able to hold themselves together?”

We share with you a post published in 'Dr. Pippa's Pen & Podcast' in which you can learn more about Dr. Philippa  Malmgren. “So, what sparks defiance? As ever, inflation always stokes the fire of dissatisfaction. But that’s just salt in the wound. The wound is the loss of belief and the loss of trust. This is an existential moment for both nations in which the key question is whether the citizens trust the leader and the nation to deliver a better future. This breakdown of trust in authority and the establishment has been underway for years. I wrote about this in both The Leadership Lab and The Infinite Leader”. (...) Read more:

Richard Gerver: “I think listening is so incredibly important”

We share with you a post published in 'Tes Magazine' in which you can learn more about Richard Gerver. “I think listening is so incredibly important. The problem is when you’re in a hierarchically powerful position, whether a teacher in a classroom, a school leader, a leader of an organisation, or a political system, is that you feel under profound pressure to have the answers to everything. But I think sometimes we don’t realise that actually, our job isn’t to have all the answers but to listen and find solutions from those that do have the answers. That takes the pressure off and opens up the power of collaboration that leads to better outcomes.” (...) Read more:

Dambisa Moyo: Why Deglobalization Makes US Inflation Worse

We share with you a post published in 'Project Syndicate' in which you can learn more about Dambisa Moyo. “NEW YORK – It is now widely accepted that deglobalization – the retrenchment of global trade, unwinding of capital flows, new barriers to migration, and declining influence of multilateral institutions – is well underway. But policymakers have yet to acknowledge its contribution to global inflation. To rein in surging price growth, the Federal Reserve and other central banks must adjust to the challenges of a rapidly deglobalizing world.” (...) Read more:

Michael E. Porter: Five Forces Model

We share with you a post published in 'Investopedia' in which you can learn more about Michael E. Porter. “The last of the Five Forces focuses on substitutes. Substitute goods or services that can be used in place of a company's products or services pose a threat. Companies that produce goods or services for which there are no close substitutes will have more power to increase prices and lock in favorable terms. When close substitutes are available, customers will have the option to forgo buying a company's product, and a company's power can be weakened. Understanding Porter's Five Forces and how they apply to an industry, can enable a company to adjust its business strategy to better use its resources to generate higher earnings for its investors.” (...) Read more:,strategy%20to%20increase%20competitive%20advantage.

Antonio Nieto-Rodriguez: The Rise of the Chief Project Officer

We share with you a post published in 'Harvard Business Review' in which you can learn more about Antonio Nieto-Rodriguez. “The chief project officer goes far beyond the direct sponsorship of individual projects. They must push their organization toward adopting a project-driven structure and foster a collaborative and empowering culture that reaches across silos. They must also collaborate with HR to ensure that project-management competencies are developed throughout the organization.” (...) Read more: 

Javier Solana: Between democracies and autocracies

We share with you a post published in 'Project Syndicate' in which you can learn more about Javier Solana: “But the economy is just the beginning. The war in Ukraine is bolstering the narrative that an inescapable ideological struggle between democracies and autocracies has taken hold. If this perception prevails, the world will inevitably split into geopolitical blocs. This would be a tragedy for the countries of the Global South, in particular. These countries would face a fateful choice between two mutually exclusive geopolitical blocs. But regardless of which bloc they chose, global problems would still prove to be unmanageable – let alone solvable – without the other bloc.” (...) Read more:

Peter Diamandis: Think inside the box to boost innovation

We share with you a post published in '' in which you can learn more about Peter Diamandis: “Ultimately, during these days of rapid, exponential growth, standing still equals death. The only way to succeed is to constantly experiment, innovate, and reinvent. Think of it as Darwinian evolution in hyperspeed. So, as you get back to the work of creating innovative solutions for the challenges you face, ask yourself: What are some constraints that you can create for you and your team that force you to look at a challenge in a completely different fashion?”. (...) Read more:

Garry Kasparov: “The head of the Russian Federation is losing globally”

We share with you a post published in 'World Today News' in which you can learn more about Garry Kasparov: “One of them is that Putin has completely ceased to reckon with the opinion of the West. Perhaps the latest statements by Americans and Europeans that Ukraine will finally receive the latest air defense defenses will somehow affect Putin’s behavior. Because, unfortunately, before Since several months, we have seen the West’s hesitation in increasing the supply of weapons that Ukraine needs so much to survive and win this war. According to Putin, this was a manifestation of the weakness of the West. And how does a dictator react to weakness? attacks even more aggressively,” Kasparov explained his thought”. (...) Read more:

Chris Gardner: Is success a stroke of luck?

We share with you a post published in 'CNBC' in which you can learn more about Chris Gardner: “This unparalleled effort eventually paid off. Gardner was able to pass his Series 7 Exam and moved on to proper employment at the firm, which officially got him off the streets for good. Aside from inspiring a hit movie, Gardner eventually started and sold his own firm, Gardner Rich & Co, and has since become a prolific philanthropist. It’s a success story almost too unbelievable to be true, but that’s exactly what makes it so compelling. For some people, success is a lucky break. For Gardner, luck may have been on his side at times, but more than anything, his success is a result of sheer defiance of the odds. As he puts it, “you can be down and out, but only as down as you let yourself be".” Not a bad lesson to learn.” (...) Read more:

Steve Wozniak: “The importance of developing our skills”

We share with you a post published in 'CNBC' in which you can learn more about Steve Wozniak: “Steve Wozniak knows the importance of communication, especially when building a business. After all, he co-founded Apple with one of the tech world’s greatest communicators and marketers of all time: Steve Jobs. The late Jobs has long been heralded as a “genius” for the way he marketed and sold Apple products, most of which were designed and built by Wozniak in the company’s early days.” (...) Read more: