We are a collective of researchers, writers, communicators, and thought leaders. We are building a new platform, a new operating system for the 21st century. We shouldn’t penalize the people of this century by clinging to outdated concepts from the last. We want to be clear about what doesn’t work and lead the way forward with experiments, evidence, and cost/benefit analysis.
David Siegel is a technology and business thought leader who has spent his career trying to work about five years ahead of the mainstream. He has a master’s degree from Stanford in computer science and has completed the Harvard business school course on board effectiveness. He played a small role in the development of the Worldwide Web, started one of the world’s first digital agencies, has written five books, and has given over 200 speeches. He has started 25 companies and sat on many boards. In 2016, he was a candidate to be the dean of Stanford business school. He writes and speaks often on blockchain, decentralization, startups, business, economics, and the future. His main emphasis is spearheading the digital-money revolution. He created and led the Pillar Project ICO, which in 2017 raised more than $21 million to build the world’s most advanced blockchain wallet. He is a founding partner of 20|30, a venture studio in London with a license to tokenize equity in partnership with the London Stock Exchange. David is one of the few thinkers in the world working at the intersection of technology, decentralization, and monetary policy.
Kevin Erdmann is an expert on the real-estate macro picture. His book, Shut Out, shows why the common thinking about the Great Financial Crisis is backward and that fixing the wrong problem isn’t going to help.
Ron Pol is an expert on financial-regulation effectiveness. His expertise is in better business, policy, regulatory and enforcement outcomes, by design. Next-generation outcomes architecture lies beyond traditional methodologies for setting goals, implementing strategies and meeting targets. He creates workable distinctions between activities, outputs, and outcomes to achieve highest-order outcomes that matter. Currently working on merging policy effectiveness and outcomes science with financial regulation for meaningful outcomes beyond compliance.
We are looking for evidence-based researchers, communicators, and consultants to join us. If you are interested, please join our Telegram group and say hi!