Constitutional and administrative law professor Cass Sunstein believes that with a little intervention, we can all have the freedom to choose wisely. Over the years he has brought his insights of behavioral science into the realms of law, public policy, and regulation.
Computer scientist, mechanical engineer, and biophysicist Hugh Herr and his team create superior prosthetics that respond to subtle neural commands. A double amputee himself, Herr benefits from the improved functionality and fit while improving the lives and outlook of others around the world.
When Paul Smurl left his job as Attorney and Management Consultant to become president and COO of Some Spider, he knew he’d need to acquire new skills and a new way to look at things. A mentor about half his age seemed like the answer. Here he describes his successful and fulfilling experience finding and building a relationship with Kareem Rahma.
Many organizations are devoting more resources to attracting and retaining women with leadership potential. Then why are we seeing many of these women leave prematurely, step off the leadership track, and not progress as quickly or high as was hoped?
A holacracy is a method of decentralized management with no job titles and no managers. Zappos recently announced that they would be transforming their structure in this manner, making them the largest company every to attempt it.
Consultant, writer, and thinker Charles Landry has spent his life considering exactly what drives talented people to a particular city or region. As founder of Comedia, Landry works clients worldwide to identify and build support systems that are effective in attracting the best workers.
One of my own favorite writers, the Jesuit priest James Martin, is noting the negative impact of technology on our capacity to pray