The pandemic has exacerbated an already troubling trust deficit across political, economic and demographic divides. Research shared just before the pandemic’s onset uncovered that millennials are reluctant to trust government, business leaders, corporations, social and mass media or even traditional social… Read More »Online meetings exacerbate trust issues
David Weitzner is at heart a philosopher who briefly became a music industry executive and has since spent nearly two decades in business schools, evolving into a professor of management who advocates for co-creation, not management. David is an assistant professor of management at York University. His education includes a PhD in Strategy and Ethics, as well as an MBA in Arts and Media Management and a BA in Philosophy. He is the author of Connected Capitalism: How Jewish Wisdom Can Transform Work (hardcover and e-book University of Toronto Press/audio version Penguin Random House) and Fifteen Paths: How to Tune out Noise, Turn on Imagination and Find Wisdom (ECW).