Harvard professor Marco Iansiti says transitioning to an AI-first operating model is the best long-term investment an organization can make
Renowned theoretical physicist Steven E. Koonin, author of the bestselling new book “Unsettled”, helps us understand the science behind the hype
In “The New Map,” Pulitzer Prize winner Daniel Yergin explains how a shifting geopolitical landscape will impact the energy sector.
Harvard Business School Professor Sandra J. Sucher’s new book is the executive’s essential guide to being trusted and trustworthy.
Pioneering robotics developer Henny Admoni teaches organizations how to create efficiencies with human-centered assistive machines.
Top epidemiologists explain why new, more transmissible and deadlier variants are gaining strength and what we must do to get ahead of them.
To keep employees healthy and productive in the new world of work, leaders must adopt a new mindset and employ a unique set of tools
Acclaimed roboticist and AI scholar Dr. Ayanna Howard shows companies how to avoid building biases into the innovative products they create and use
New book co-edited by climate strategist Katharine Wilkinson offers business leaders and citizens hopeful solutions, “but we must act now”
MIT sociologist and New York Times bestselling author Sherry Turkle teaches educators how technology affects learning and emotional development
Yale Social Scientist, Physician and Epidemiologist Dr. Nicholas A. Christakis’ research shows it is possible to design groups that are highly innovative, productive and happy.
Harvard Business School Professor Karim Lakhani’s live case study shows how an AI-enabled operating model allowed Moderna to successfully develop its vaccine in record time
HBS Professor George Serafeim, the world’s foremost expert on ESG issues, offers a unique opportunity to reap significant returns while serving society.
Civic innovator Mitchell Weiss offers business and government leaders a roadmap for experimenting with and implementing bold ideas.
As vaccine programs roll out, five global thought leaders offer realistic perspectives on what lies ahead and how we can get to zero cases.
In his new book, New York Times bestselling author Steven Kotler lays out a blueprint for achieving what seems impossible through “flow.”