April 17th, 2014

Larry Smith: Why you will fail to have a great career

Why you will fail to have a great career by Larry Smith, a dismal economist, who understands passion

April 17th, 2014

Balancing Large and Small Firm Capabilities

Rather than building ambidextrous organizations, larger companies should develop innovation ecosystems

April 16th, 2014

The Energy Efficiency of Trust & Vulnerability)

Trust and vulnerability allow us to divert energy to things that really matter - from Deb Mills-Scofield

April 16th, 2014

M.I.T.’s Alex Pentland: Measuring Idea Flows to Accelerate Innovation

Flow rules: knowledge about the flow of ideas can accelerate the pace of innovation

April 15th, 2014

Creativity and the Brain: What We Can Learn From Jazz Musicians

Creativity may be hardwired into human brains but requires turning off the self-censoring part of the brain - lessons from jazz

April 15th, 2014

Oxytocin: Still Not a Moral Molecule

The dark side of oxytocin - how moral does it really make you?

April 14th, 2014

Playing the long game is the key to mastering creativity

April 14th, 2014
First study to provide biological evidence that there are positive and negative thinkers 

Is positive and negative thinking hardwired into brain? Intriguing experiment suggests it might be.

First study to provide biological evidence that there are positive and negative thinkers

Is positive and negative thinking hardwired into brain? Intriguing experiment suggests it might be.

April 14th, 2014

The Key to Happiness: Brainpower or Social Connectedness?

In case you needed proof, all the education in the world won’t necessarily teach you much about what it means to be happy

April 13th, 2014
Travel to passions, not destinations 

Great wisdom from Kevin Kelly, who suggests that rather than traveling to destinations we should travel to passions

Travel to passions, not destinations

Great wisdom from Kevin Kelly, who suggests that rather than traveling to destinations we should travel to passions

April 13th, 2014
Work Longer, Think Longer: Why Your Brain Loves the Economic Crisis

The end of the recent invention called retirement is very, very good for our mental health

Work Longer, Think Longer: Why Your Brain Loves the Economic Crisis

The end of the recent invention called retirement is very, very good for our mental health

April 13th, 2014

Kate O’Neill: Why ‘work-life balance’ doesn’t work

From work-life balance to a unified theory of meaningfulness

April 12th, 2014

Instead of futurists, let’s be now-ists: Joi Ito at TED2014

Rather than being a “futurist”, we should be now-ists. Focus on being cnonected and always learning says Joi Ito as he gives a plug for The Power of Pull at TED

April 11th, 2014

A closer look at communities thriving in unexpected places

People have endless ingenuity and can make a home almost anywhere

April 11th, 2014
Arrogant physicists — do they think economics is easy?

Physicists are drawn to economics because of the opportunity to explore complex systems

Arrogant physicists — do they think economics is easy?

Physicists are drawn to economics because of the opportunity to explore complex systems

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