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What Went Wrong at Southwest Airlines, Remixing the Music Industry with DAOs, more!

Posted February 28, 2023 | |

28 February 2023

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Can Tech Debt Stop Your Business from Flying?

What caused the Southwest Airlines holiday travel debacle? Interviews with top CIOs reveal what went wrong, how Southwest can move forward, and take-away lessons for the C-suite. More!


Remixing the Music Industry with DAOs

DAOs present an exciting prospect for Blockchain 3.0. Explore how the music industry leveraged DAOs to address critical value chain flaws and how DAOs can help other industries remain resilient in the face of a potential grand-scale disruption. More!


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