This is a broad yet crucial question to ask, as culture embodies the “semantics” (as Vygotsky would say) as well as the value system of any social structure, and thus it is the most powerful conveyor belt of experience, know-how, and ideas within the organization. In a way, culture «engender shared sensemaking».

And when it comes to enterprises facing daunting transitions it is pivotal for leaders to see culture up close, so as to avoid bias and pitfalls which might be «deeply woven into the organization’s social fabric».

This cardboard by MIT Sloan Management Review is a good primer in assessing, and then in preparing and measuring those very cultural shifts the post-Covid-era is making overdue.

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In one of the first papers on this topic ever, the OECD studies anti-competitive behavior in a decentralized digital setting, i.e. on distributed ledger technologies and blockchains.

From the standpoint of antitrust law, the concerns remain the same as in traditional markets. Competition policymakers should focus on the development of permissioned blockchains, which, rather unexpectedly, pose a much higher risk than fully permissionless ones.

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Roberto Reale

Roberto Reale

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Innovation Manager with 10+ years of experience in e-government projects and digital transformation of critical industries at the national and EU level.