Posts tagged covid-19
The office as the default way of working is dead. But the office itself isn’t dead. With working from home, what we gain in work-life balance we might lose in innovation and creativity. There are people who could directly challenge that sentence but I suspect they will come from highly mature companies who have fully mastered the remote working learning curve. Many of us are still at the stage of doing what we did in the office , just remotely. The timorous amongst us may use the lack of productivity net gains as a reason to regress rather than push through the ‘pain barrier’ as Matt Mullenweg describes it. We can do so much better, for ourselves, our customers and society if we stop being so frightened or so certain of the future.
Eight people in Gresik regency, East Java, were ordered by local authorities to dig graves for those who have died of COVID-19 as punishment for not wearing face masks in public. Cerme district head, Suyono, said that he punished residents who did not wear face masks by making them dig graves at a public cemetery in Ngabetan village.
“Systems thinking is too advanced for undergraduates” an economics professor once told me.— Kate Raworth (@KateRaworth) April 26, 2020
I just taught the basics of feedback loops to my 11 y.o. twins and then they drew this.
It’s time to teach & use the tools we all need for the complex challenges we face now & ahead. pic.twitter.com/IbDdM889ek
“you can’t have foresight for things you refuse to see.”
“Coronavirus & Ferrets”
Air traffic on Sunday, 29 March 2020, compared to Sunday 31 March 2019