Posts Tagged ‘gdp‘

Frank Diana’s Presentation about Women Leadership in an Exponential World

Beginning of this month, Frank Diana held the opening keynote at the SIM Women Executive Leadership Forum in Chicago. Below a quote from his post: “Creativity, imagination, big picture vision, emotional and social intelligence, empathy, and other human characteristics are critical to navigating in an exponential world. As automation

Is a higher education degree worth it?

College is usually worth it, but not always, it transpires. And what you study matters far more than where you study it. I agree that what you study matters more than where you study it. In my opinion education should be free — everyone deserves

futuristgerd: Robert F. Kennedy challenges Gross Domestic Product (by colinatpyramid) “GDP measures everything, in short, except that which makes life worthwhile”

greenfuturist: Generally, as economists calculate the past year’s investment, expenditure, consumption and production, there is a conspicuously missing component in the equation — what remains — specifically what is left of the natural resource stock and the social dividends that it can pay in the