These fascinating perspectives from today’s most innovative thinkers are brimming with ideas for business and personal transformation.
Brilliant, Bono, Romer and Webb are bound by a commitment to safely and logically shepherd decision makers through this unprecedented crisis.
In Harvard Business Review, Erik Brynjolfsson seeks to answer a surprisingly difficult question: how much are digital products and services actually worth?
Low public trust in corporate governance threatens the future of capitalism. Fixing it requires building a culture of challenge, says Karthik Ramanna.
Courtney D. Cogburn’s methods change conversations about racism and bias, and help companies develop strategies that build more inclusive workplaces.
A recent CBS “60 Minutes” segment throws open the doors of the MIT Media Lab and provides insight into the visionaries who work there.
On episode 23 of the Minds Worth Meeting podcast, Harvard’s Gary Pisano argues that big business can innovate as well as startups – provided they understand strategy and culture.
In this episode of the MWM podcast, Efosa Ojomo reveals how businesses can tap into the unseen growth potential of frontier markets.
In this episode of Minds Worth Meeting, Dan Barasch reveals how innovative designs can revive abandoned structures while improving communities.
Stern Speakers’ roster includes women who address innovation – from building dynamic companies to reforming our wider economic framework.
As Uber seeks to resume testing self-driving cars on the road seven months after one of its prototypes killed a pedestrian, debate and discussion will likely turn to whether the…
What are the biggest obstacles to driving your company’s transformation? Too often, leaders think of the barriers purely in terms of technical or strategic issues. But Nathan Furr, INSEAD professor…
Inequality negatively impacts communities and employers alike. Although many point to the “skills gap” there is another, better-hidden chasm that limits access to opportunity: a connection gap. After all, 50…
The common assumption about success is that it requires choosing between one’s career and personal life or sacrificing one for the other. Stew Friedman, Wharton professor and global authority on…
In the bestselling book “New Power,” Jeremy Heimans and Henry Timms offer a remarkable new way to harness power in a digitally connected world.
A report by McKinsey indicates that 62 percent of executives believe they will need to either replace or retrain a quarter or more of their staff within the next five…
New to Stern: Security expert Betsy Cooper guides organizations through technological change to craft strategies for safety and stability.
Leadership is an all-encompassing challenge. These sessions will help turn problems into opportunities for personal and organizational growth.