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Our historical news, events, and current events opinion pieces including a series of conversations with prominent industry leaders on important topics.

  • August 20, 2020 No Comments As the summer draws to a close, the question over whether reopen schools – and how to do so safely – has moved to the forefront of public discourse. Having long partnered with educational institutions, OpenEyes sees IT and technology in general as useful tools for ensuring education is carried out safely and effectively.  The decision schools have to make this fall is a complex one. As has been the case throughout the pandemic, the heaviest burden of online education…
  • August 12, 2020 No Comments Once the novel coronavirus pandemic has subsided, the World Economic Forum (WEF) is calling for a “great reset.” The initiative focuses on rapid collective action and putting people at the heart of the economy. A reset of the world’s economic and social foundations should prioritize stakeholders, rather than just shareholders. In addition to adopting sustainable business practices and cooperation across industries, the WEF has underlined the importance of reconfiguration if the “great reset” is to be successful. In a time of disarray…
  • August 11, 2020 No Comments We are excited to announce that OpenEyes Co-Founder and CTO Trushant Mehta will be serving as an advisor to Mission Sisters Who Work.  Trushant has provided counsel to Mission Sisters board members on several strategic decisions to assist in expanding the nonprofit’s reach and future offerings. “I believe that a thorough understanding of an organization’s mission, the value it creates for its stakeholders, and its working model must be clearly defined in order to design technology-enabled tools that intelligently empower…
  • July 13, 2020 No Comments The nature of work is changing. The past few months have upended the traditional workforce, transitioning employees to remote work, forcing essential workers to take extra precautions and leaving millions more unemployed. The work-from-home model, which has been expanded in the past months, demonstrates the ability of technology to not only help the workforce adapt, but also to help it improve. While it may have been a pandemic that finally pushed companies into adopting virtual communication tools, the technology that…
  • July 1, 2020 No Comments The pandemic is stress-testing the wellbeing of individuals, businesses, and institutions. Constructive responses are being undertaken by global industry, as with the World Economic Forum’s Great Reset Initiative, within organizations, and at the human level.  In our interview today, we will speak with a prominent leader whose organization is empowering many other groups to improve their response to the pandemic with a focus on organizational and strategic resilience, and care for the people who make up organizations. Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI) is…