Because self-awareness is priceless. Important. And easier to accomplish with a guide.
This was already happening in news reports around the inauguration. There’s a knee-jerk pushback this week, but it’s going to be hard for them to change, IMO.
Important for more than demographic shift — this is Charles Handy’s doughnut business structure, illustrated. Tip-of-the-iceberg disruption for 20th century institutions like the expensive and institutionally moribund health care system as well as retirement and education. Plus, we need to redefine/re-imagine what it means to be an “entrepreneur”.
These “marquee hires” seem to be, almost exclusively, men. Tag-lined (bios) photos feature five men and one woman. I refuse to believe that there are no women qualified to lead any these positions. I am dismayed that “disruption” wears the face of a bunch of white men.
We don’t talk about structural change very often in the US. Instead, the business press focuses on profit, loss, and historically-unsustainable-ROI-as-an-imperative.
See The Age of Unreason by Charles Handy. I picked it up in a Singapore bookstore in 1991-ish. It was published in 1989.
Illustrates how capital worships at the altar of efficiency, as though there were no other thing of value.
See this oldie from Kevin Kelly
IANAL, but it seems logical that this argument would extend to “diluting” the votes in California relative to Wyoming.
For any0ne coming into this late (it’s five months later), the links to the the complaint and such are now broken.
Here is the filing:
The dam is bursting.
Dear @realDonaldTrump Meet Bill Cosby.
https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/post-politics/wp/2016/10/12/two-women-accuse-trump-of-unwanted-sexual-touching/ (At this writing it’s up to four, not two)