Deep dive into how companies are leveraging a changed notion of agility in a post-pandemic world. I served as research and program manager and was heavily involved in paper drafting. Published June 2021 for The Economist Intelligence Unit, sponsored by Hitachi.
Leading the charge? Both China and the US have a long way to go to become green exemplars to the world
The urgency of climate change has forced the world’s diplomats into a delicate dance, one in which the co-operation required to address this existential threat must be balanced against myriad points of disagreement in other fields. Nowhere is this more apparent than for the US and China, the world’s two biggest economies and the source of nearly half of all global emissions in 2019. In this article I explore whether either can lead the world into a green future.
Short article discussing how AI is being utilized by those looking to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Researched and written entirely by me. Published May 2021 for The Economist Intelligence Unit.
Original research and content series exploring how companies in different industries adapted their digital strategies during the covid-19 pandemic, with a particular focus on how they used technology to shift toward a more socially-minded stance. I managed the full ideation, research and content execution. Published May 2021 by The Economist Intelligence Unit and sponsored by Microsoft.
Summary of an extensive index ranking 120 countries based on the extent to which they empower their citizens to use the internet for meaningful purposes. I was heavily involved in the entire project, including spearheading survey design and writing the bulk of the executive summary. Published April 2021 for The Economist Intelligence Unit and sponsored by Facebook.
Original research and analysis of corporate opinions toward nation-state cyber-attacks, based on an executive survey. Published February 2021 for The Economist Intelligence Unit, sponsored by the Cybersecurity Tech Accord.
I was invited to submit this op-ed piece to HR Magazine in response to the launch of the 2020 Pride and Prejudice research exploring corporate attitudes toward LGBT diversity and inclusion in Asia. Published February 2012 in HR Magazine.
Original research and analysis on attitudes and opinions toward LGBT+ people in workplaces across seven economies Asia-Pacific, based on an executive survey. I served as research manager/survey author, wrote the white paper summarizing the results, and presented the findings at a client-hosted event. Published December 2020 for The Economist Intelligence Unit.
Half of Homeless San Franciscans Have No Internet Access. Meet the Volunteers Working to Change That.
Article exploring a unique start-up leveraging technology to help homeless people in San Francisco, focusing specifically on its troubled and enigmatic founder. Published for The Bold Italic, a Medium publication.
Video series introducing the importance of "where" in solving big problems in business and society, including ocean sustainability, public health and urban design. I managed the program and produced the videos, including overseeing the research, expert interviews, scripting, video editing and other aspects. Published September 2020 by The Economist Intelligence Unit and sponsored by Esri.
Deep-dive research program looking into the ways companies are using data in the modern economy, with a focus on data exchange and sharing outside the organization. Based on a proprietary survey of global executives. I spearheaded and managed the entire program, from initial pitch to final publication, including presenting the findings as part of a client-hosted event. Published January 2021 by The Economist Intelligence Unit and sponsored by Snowflake.
Extensive research and content program exploring the implications of cutting-edge societal and technology trends on the fraud and consumer-transaction space, based on a global executive survey and other research. I managed the overall program from start to finish. Published October 2020 by The Economist Intelligence Unit and sponsored by TransUnion.
In-depth research program quantifying the cost of lost focus at work both before and during the covid-19 pandemic. Based on an economic model and two proprietary surveys. I conceived and spearheaded the entire program, from initial spark to final delivery. Published October 2020 by The Economist Intelligence Unit and sponsored by Dropbox.
Article exploring whether virtual reality is mere hype when it comes to lockdown workouts, or whether it's the future of fitness. Published for The Economist's sister publication 1843.