Their reluctance to take up jobs should be a wake-up call for all of us in work
Época Negócios Brazil, July 2022
(originally published in Portuguese)
The Johari Window can throw light on how organisations are seen and see themselves
Época Negócios Brazil, August 2022
Technology is challenging our ideas about fact and fiction
Época Negócios Brazil, June 2022
Ambivalence is making a comeback
Época Negócios Brazil, May 2022
A long-awaited reunion prompts new thoughts about getting together at work
Época Negócios Brazil, April 2022
Why happiness is underrated in the workplace
Época Negócios Brazil, March 2022
Smart, informed predictions for the year ahead
Published November 2021
What drives the richest person in the world?
24 November 2020
Will COVID-19 lead to people losing their jobs to machines?
In Business, 28 August 2020
Rethinking the way we run the global network
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The Real Story, 27 June 2020
An embarrassing incident in a wind turbine in Wales
19 January 2020
Reflections on the environment, teaching, the Jewish New Year and much more
12 January 2020
1 hr 15m
The way we use electricity is changing – and so is the way we generate it
In Business, 28 November 2019
How should museums deal with contentious legacies?
Analysis, 14 October 2019
What does the future hold for the world's biggest connector of people?
6 August 2019
Businesses that look beyond the bottom line
In Business, 1 August 2019
Companies in Amsterdam are hitting back at plastic waste
27 June 2019
Conjurors and neuroscientists are helping us understand the human brain
Wired, March 2019
How one boy’s dream was cut short by the beautiful game’s ugly prejudice
Crossing Continents, 3 January 2019
What has been its effect on democracy?
18 December 2018
Many of us will still be working in our 80s
In Business, 16 August 2018
Has Israel become less welcoming to African Jews?
Crossing Continents, 17 May 2018
From dressing-free salad to tasty peaches on demand, is this the future of food?
Wired, March 2018
From the clangs and clatter of city life to weapons that use sound to harm us, noise can be a lot more dangerous than we think
The Why Factor, 15 January 2018
Featured on Pick of the Week, 21 January 2018
How racial quotas at the country's universities are challenging Brazil's self-image as a colour-blind nation
Crossing Continents, 9 January 2018
Why can we phone in sick with flu but not with depression?
In Business, 28 December 2017
Monopolies. Cybercrime. 'Fake news'. Even the internet's founders admit their utopian vision has failed. So, what if we could start again?
Wired, January 2018
Why tech is threatening our inner lives
Vida Simples Brazil, January 2018
Discovering what we can learn from Brazil's roller-coaster ride of boom and bust
Analysis, 19 June 2017
Uncovering the lives of the children and adolescents who live on streets of Salvador, Brazil's third-largest city
Crossing Continents, 29 March 2017
How do LGBT Jews and Muslims stay within their religions?
Heart and Soul, 16 October 2016
How the country's ultraorthodox Jews are becoming part of the startup nation
Crossing Continents, 12 September 2016
A Silicon Valley company is improving lives in the developing world
Wired, April 2016
A personal take on the greatest city in the world
Viagem Brazil, June 2015
Twenty-one days without the internet
Info Exame Brazil, March 2014