Chunka Mui: “7 Steps For Inventing The Future”

Read Chunka Muni’s latest at Forbes. I’ve worked with Alan to help bring his insights into the business realm for more than three decades. I also serve on board of Viewpoints Research Institute, the nonprofit research organization that he founded and directs. Drawing on these vantage points and numerous conversations, I’ll try capture his approach… Read more »

Read Carmine Gallo’s interview of Tony Robbins

At Forbes, Carmine Gallo has interviewed motivation guru Tony Robbins on “How ‘Raw Communication’ Changed My Life.” I do my homework,” says Robbins. “I ask myself, Who’s in the audience? What are they hungry for? What am I going to say that I know for certain will make a difference in their lives? I don’t… Read more »

Bob Nease’s The Power of Fifty Bits is out now

Bob Nease’s book The Power of Fifty Bits: The New Science of Turning Good Intentions into Positive Results is out now. It has been highlighted at that following media outlets: • Fast Company: In the end, goals are probably overrated. “We may spend too much time thinking about goals,” says Nease. “What matters is behaviors. That’s… Read more »

Read George Anders’ Forbes cover story

George Anders has written the cover story for the latest Forbes magazine on how “That ‘Useless’ Liberal Arts Degree Has Become Tech’s Hottest Ticket.” Throughout the major U.S. tech hubs, whether Silicon Valley or Seattle, Boston or Austin, Tex., software companies are discovering that liberal arts thinking makes them stronger. Engineers may still command the… Read more »

Read Chunka Mui at Forbes on driverless cars

Chunka Mui’ s latest focuses on why “Trillions Will Depend On Whether Driverless Cars Require Human Drivers.” Previously, Chunka wrote a 7-part series on Google’s driverless car (read here). The new model revolves around fleets of fully autonomous, completely driverless taxis providing efficient door-to-door transportation service. The absence of a human driver (even as a… Read more »

Dr. Friedman profiled on Forbes

It seems like every other day, there’s a news story or a list about workplaces with fun, quirky, benefits. You know, ones where beer is always on tap or pets are welcome every day or employees get free gourmet meals. But psychologist Ron Friedman, author of the new book, The Best Place to Work, says… Read more »