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The Edit: Making Change Happen
The Edit

The Edit: Making Change Happen

Our weekly round up of the best articles, podcasts and videos focusing on purpose in life, work and the world.
3rd Mar 2023

Joy in the mundane, playing it unsafe and and more in this week’s #TheEdit.

  • Finding joy in the mundane. Life is full of futile tasks. Here’s how to laugh at them – The Atlantic
  • Why it pays to play it unsafe. Even in uncertain times, brands and creatives may wish to take risks to reap rewards – Creative Review
  • The end of the English major. Enrolment in the humanities seems to be falling in the US – The New Yorker
  • How to achieve workplace inclusion. Leadership coach Sally Helgesen breaks down the “how” of inclusive communication, and the method she uses to assess workplace culture – McKinsey
  • Beauty in the aftermath. Documenting the recovery of a Chinese spy balloon off South Carolina, a Navy photographer produced spectacular images with surprising art-historical undercurrents – The New York Times
  • ChatGPT won’t take your job. It’s hard to escape conversations about how AI will affect our lives – Raconteur
  • The critical tasks for CSOs. Due to the novelty of the role, the Chief Sustainability Officer’s actual responsibilities and tasks are still vague  – Harvard Business Review
  • What does a purpose statement mean on a deeper level? Michel Doukeris is the CEO of AB InBev. He discusses the company’s global purpose and the journey to reimagining who it is, why it exists and where it’s going – The Beautiful Truth 

“A small group of thoughtful people could change the world. Indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.”

Margaret Mead