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22 June 2022
The new book by Korean philosopher and essayist Byung-Chul Han opens a window on understanding the "control of human behavior through data." The book, titled Infocracy, is a brief work that describes in simple language how digitalization has thrown democracy into crisis.
The conflict between Russia and Ukraine has inflicted collateral damage beyond the enormous human cost and destroyed cities. This is a major environmental catastrophe that is wreaking havoc in the region and could have major repercussions across Europe.
In honor of Book Day, we have highlighted Harvard University's reading recommendation for entrepreneurs, executives and business people: HBR’s 10 Must Reads 2022: The Definitive Management Ideas of the Year, a compilation of 10 articles about business, technology and leadership. Undoubtedly, a must-read text in such challenging times for organizations.
For years so-called water banks have been in existence in various countries as a way to avoid price speculation and meet an urgent need to alleviate drought conditions. In this article we tell you about the role of these kinds of mechanisms, how they work, and why they would not be viable in Chile today.