In this video from Big Think Edge, famed author and economist Tim Harford, who has been called “Britain’s Malcolm Gladwell”, contends that it's not enough to simply communicate support for the idea of failure; rather, organizations must help their people develop successful mindsets with which to engage their failures.
Some auto makers worry about the ability of companies like Apple and Google to quickly leverage their substantial cash reserves to innovate the auto industry ahead of them.
How do you erase something that has gone viral, like a meme? The idea pits our right to privacy against a community that's hungry to share. So, how do we even begin to police it?
Contemporary public school education teaches children what amounts to moral relativism. That's a serious problem, explains philosophy professor Justin McBrayer.
Creativity is more than finding new solutions to abstract problems presented in laboratory settings, and a new study out of Northwestern University is one of the first to measure what qualities correlate with...
"There is no great harm in the theorist who makes up a new theory to fit a new event. But the theorist who starts with a false theory and then sees everything as making it come true is the most dangerous enemy of...
Constant touching and emotional warmth are essential to cognitive development, yet our educational and professional environments are skeptical, often for litigious reasons.