Covid-19 has introduced a lot of uncertainty, social media has enabled mass hysteria with no data, and work culture is uncertain. Today I introduce some certainty and bring clarity to all the work topics that are keeping you up at night.
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This week’s topics:
1:05 – Too much Covid-19 has led to uncertainty. Here’s how to introduce certainty and clarity.
18:22 – Social media has enabled mass hysteria over information that isn’t even true. Here’s what we need to do.
31:00 – As you go back to work, wearing a mask can actually hurt communication.
40:22 – Work at home hurts work culture. I quote Adecco’s CEO
44:51 – Covid is speeding up technology adoption like drone delivery!
53:19 – IBM is pulling out of the facial recognition business. Just another sign people don’t like tracking tech in the USA.
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Introduce certainty and clarity despite cloudy Covid-19 Data (Starts at 1:05)
- Here’s the HBR article about When More Information Leads to More Uncertainty
- Here’s my article on Content Obfuscation
Social media mass hysteria over inaccurate info. (Starts at 18:22)
- Here’s Michael Solana’s piece titled JUMP
Masks Can Hurt Communication At Work (Starts at 31:00)
- Here’s the piece in Vox I referenced.
- Check out this interview with Vicki Brackett on how to lead teams without the benefit of social cues.
Work at home hurts work culture. (Starts at 40:22)
- Here’s the interview with Adecco CEO in The Wall Street Journal
- Here’s the website for Sound of colleagues
Covid-19 Has Sped Up Drone Delivery (Starts at 44:51)
- Here’s the piece in Business Insider about Amazon’s drone timeline.
- Check out Zipline drone delivery
- Check out Wing, Alphabet’s drone delivery service
IBM Is Pulling Out of Facial Recognition Tech (Starts at 53:19)
- IBM is pulling out of the facial recognition business.