Month: August 2020

Bringing a retro-futuristic take to what is arguably the sexiest car ever designed, digital artist Khyzyl Saleem adorns our screens with a never-before-seen Jaguar E-type concept. Showcasing a fully custom body, with added wideness and a speedster vibe, the car is nothing anyone could’ve anticipated. Mixing chopped windshields with redefined upper posteriors, alongside a low
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“COVID-19 pandemic is a tumble that has made humans become humble emphasizing empathy and humility.” ―Professor M.S. Rao. COVID-19 is one of the most serious diseases globally. There must be a short-term and long-term vision to counter COVID-19. In a short-term vision, they must stop spreading the virus globally and in a long-term vision, they
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Once considered technology of the future, extended reality (“XR”) solutions and tools have moved out of the labs and into a hot, profitable market. XR is the umbrella term for immersive technologies such as augmented reality (“AR”), virtual reality (“VR”), and mixed reality (“MR”). A recent survey conducted by Perkins Coie LLP, Boost VC, and
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It’s an understatement to say that Cyril Kongo’s art is expressive. In 2016, a collaboration with Richard Mille saw the international street artist transform his namesake RM 68-01 Kongo Tourbillon into an unprecedented work of art.  Abstract yet avant-garde, his contemporary work is infused with street culture, boasting layers of heavy contextual expression. Kongo’s most
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First, there was Larry Fink’s letter in 2018 asking CEOs to clarify their company’s purpose and long-term value to society. Then came last year’s Business Roundtable statement redefining the role of the corporation beyond the creation of value for investors to creating value for a multitude of stakeholders, including society at large. This past January,
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Being a leader today isn’t easy. Leaders are facing unchartered territory, an uncertain business environment and economic challenges the like of which many will never have experienced before. At the same time, there’s competing demands, shifting expectations, and a never-ending list of projects and priorities. Little wonder that many leaders struggle to be the best
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So you’re starting your transformation. You’ve hired some consultants and penned your mission statement with some wonderful platitudes and defined the culture you are going to create. Awesome! You’ve also heard about agile and how everyone is going agile, so you’ve got an initiative to be both lean and agile, and you’ve hired an agile
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Every generation in history has faced crises that at the time seemed unprecedented and insurmountable. With the increased global interconnectivity and resultant codependency of today’s world, however, the COVID-19 pandemic and the economic disruption it has caused are truly without modern equivalent. The business upheaval is daunting — from supply chain risks to wild swings in
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“Can you imagine what the world would be like if women who constitute almost half of the global population had access to education and opportunities and were allowed to contribute their best? We would achieve prosperity globally in all spheres.” ―Professor M.S. Rao, Ph.D., #HeForShe Soft skills are essential for everyone irrespective of rank, position,
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