Dr. Bonnie Benesh, CEO Think To DO Institute By working together and sharing knowledge, we have a better chance of beating the pandemic. Collective intelligence allows us to use large scale data to solve problems more quickly. Now our personal data can help slow and may even help find cures for the COVID-19 virus. There … Continue reading Using Personal Data Could Help Contribute to a COVID-19 Solution
One of the key aspects of a resilient society is a resilient people: people with the right skills, the right attitude and a flexible mindset. As we enter 2020, the “change of everything” is on our minds. Shaping the Future of the New Economy and Society REQUIRES the shaping of a “new educational system”. The … Continue reading Education, Formation and Mindset in the Era of the 4th and 5th Industrial Revolution
Across the world, a pattern of introverted thinking is emerging by large and small democracies. Social cohesion is diminishing, and more autocratic decision-making is replacing representative democratic decision and policy making. So, who, now, will champion the preservation of democracy? What are the disruptive forces that threaten all forms of democratic societies? Over the past … Continue reading Who will champion the preservation of democracy against disruptive forces?
Strengthening a society’s institutions strengthens society itself. Weak institutional capacity is a major obstacle to economic development. Societies are resilient if they are economically strong. When institutions are strong, they not only serve their communities but drive meaningful change at the institutional, national, and international level. As countries strive to be economically resilient, and as a result, competitive, … Continue reading Institutional Strengthening is the “Tipping Point” to Competitiveness