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
In his new book, New York Times bestselling author Steven Kotler lays out a blueprint for achieving what seems impossible through “flow.”
Jennifer Petriglieri helps leaders leverage behavioral psychology and group dynamics to foster innovative, productive, inclusive cultures.
Building psychological safety in virtual teams takes effort and strategy, says advisor Amy Edmondson, author of “The Fearless Organization.”
As CEO of New America, renowned thought leader Anne-Marie Slaughter says a system overhaul requires a commitment to our highest ideals.
Harvard Business School Professor Linda Hill’s time-tested frameworks enable continuous innovation and build agile and resilient cultures.
These fascinating perspectives from today’s most innovative thinkers are brimming with ideas for business and personal transformation.
Got kids? In his new book, Stew Friedman shares a proven model that shows parents how to create harmony in their lives, on and off the job.
Jeff Dyer’s analysis of two of the world’s most prominent billionaires offers contrasting lessons for leading your organization into the future.
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.
To get a seat at the table, women need to have confidence in themselves and the courage to stand up for what they deserve – and for each other.
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…
In the bestselling book “New Power,” Jeremy Heimans and Henry Timms offer a remarkable new way to harness power in a digitally connected world.
Leadership is an all-encompassing challenge. These sessions will help turn problems into opportunities for personal and organizational growth.
Stew Friedman offers a practical framework to bring harmony to your busy life and improve performance as a leader in all parts of it.
Jeff Thomson, CEO of IMA, talks to Minds Worth Meeting about innovation, certification and the future of accounting.
Minds Worth Meeting converses with leadership expert and MIT professor Hal Gregersen, who discusses problem-led leadership and how it is changing the world.
Innovation guru Hal Gregersen has interviewed more than 200 CEOs across industries and from around the world. His discovery? A parallel crucial to reimagining business…
Companies struggle with innovation, and Greg Bernarda believes he knows why. They’re still operating in the 20th century, a world where exploitation – executing and scaling products and services in known environments – is key currency for success. To compete in the 21st century, companies need to…
Most of us spend our entire life looking for the right answers – from the first day of school until retirement, success is measured by answers. But the real value of those answers is based on the quality of the questions. Good questions inspire deep thinking and…
As a leader, how insulated are you? CEOs and other leaders can easily slip inside a bubble created by their own power and prestige. Outside this bubble are critical ideas and information, including small bellwether changes that signal big market shifts. Hal Gregersen, Executive Director of the MIT Leadership Center, has a solution; in his words, “Innovative executives deliberately put themselves into situations where they may be unexpectedly wrong, unusually uncomfortable, and uncharacteristically quiet.”
Leaders are expected to have all the right answers. But getting those answers means asking the right questions. And the higher one climbs, the harder it becomes to ask these questions. How can you overcome this dilemma? Start early – establish bubble-bursting habits now to help surface the information you need tomorrow. Hal Gregersen, Executive Director of the MIT Leadership Center, has recently shared tools in the Harvard Business Review that you can use today.
Are you living according to your values? Do you wish you had a better balance in your life? According to Wharton professor Stew Friedman, the world’s leading work/life integration expert, “It starts with three principles: be real, be whole, and be innovative.”
“We don’t often think of leaders as artisans, but like good craftspeople, good leaders go about their work thoughtfully and purposefully.” It’s an insightful comparison gleaned from Hal Gregersen’s experiences as a leadership advisor and as the mentee of a master craftsman, National Geographic photographer Sam Abell.
Is family a source of career conflict for you? Stew Friedman, the world’s leading work/life integration expert, would take that bet. But more than ever, he says, it’s not spouses and children causing the most angst – it’s mothers and fathers…