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.
Animator and professional storyteller Andrew Gordon argues a culture of creativity is what distinguishes powerful, emotional brands.
In an updated version of his acclaimed book, Mark Johnson shows companies how to capture value in new markets, and fend off disruption.
Thomas Malone’s new book shows organizations how people and computers can accomplish far more together than either can alone.
In a New York Times editorial, Jonathan Zittrain offers preemptive solutions to the potential hacking of our everyday devices.
Electronic health records failed to deliver improved efficiency and cut costs. Here’s how we fix the so-called “productivity paradox.”
In an interview for Forbes, robotics designer extraordinaire Dr. Ayanna Howard illuminates how robots can help people and companies.
Stew Friedman offers a practical framework to bring harmony to your busy life and improve performance as a leader in all parts of it.
Media psychologist and trust expert Jeff Hancock reveals how technology is changing the way we trust in the digital age.
Minds Worth Meeting converses with leadership expert and MIT professor Hal Gregersen, who discusses problem-led leadership and how it is changing the world.
VR is the new frontier of human experience. VR pioneer Jeremy Bailenson’s new book explains how it works, its practical applications, and its significance for humanity.
It is inevitable that artificial intelligence will play an increasingly important role in our lives. Rana el Kaliouby is ensuring that it adapts and responds to, rather than clashes with, our human emotions.
Trust expert Rachel Botsman shows how the financial sector has much to gain by better understanding the changing nature of trust in society.
Social psychologist Dr. Sherry Turkle has spent her academic career analyzing the effects of technology on human behavior and culture, and has drawn the conclusion that our humanity is jeopardized when digital devices interfere with real human interactions. When Mattel released its newest product “Aristotle” – equipped with a camera and microphone designed to help parents occupy and educate their children – Turkle’s research helped fuel a public outcry that ultimately killed the device before it went to market…