The idea of a fairness dilemma permeates nearly every type of group decision, whether in government, business, or even among a family. In an ideal world, everyone involved in the decision-making process would emerge from
When any group is faced with a large decision or set of decisions, it’s important to ensure that those decisions are being made by the people with the most knowledge and experience on each issue. This is where liquid democracy shines as an example of effective decision making.
Sean Melrose's background in mathematics and philosophy is just the beginning of what makes him a unique investor - amidst colleagues of accountants and MBAs. His continuous ability to lend a unique lens to problem-solving
At first it seems surprising that the history of evolution may have important lessons for employee engagement specialists interested in using surveys. But as it turns out, they do. The human vocabulary has thousands of
“A new era of real-time, pulse, and anonymous feedback and culture applications has emerged. . . . and the companies that figure out how to tap into this type of feedback will likely rocket ahead
Welcoming Stakeholders as a Source of Innovation I used to rave about a board game called “Snakes and Ladders” when I was a kid. It made me sad to land on a snake (and thus