My father always said that we only remember one or two generations back. No, it's not the worst pandemic. Many of the following ones killed 1 million to 280 million people: 1. Prehistoric epidemic: Circa 3000 B.C. (70 to 280 millon death toll) 2. Plague of Athens: 430 B.C. (100,000 death toll) 3. Antonine Plague:… Continue reading Is Covid the biggest pandemic in the last 200 years?
During this crisis of Coronavirus COVID-19 many companies are trying to employ standard practices –such as video calls and coordination techniques– to help people work from home. Unfortunately, many of these significantly decrease productivity, motivation, and increase the effort required to get good results. In 2019 the 2nd. edition of my book Leading Exponential Change… Continue reading Social and scientific foundations for Remote Work