What does it mean to be confident? Author and broadcaster Claire Shipman explains what surprised her most when researching confidence in both professional and nonprofessional contexts.
In 1995, I published They Don’t Get It, Do They? Closing the Communication Gap Between Women and Men after writing “The Memo Every Woman Keeps in Her Desk” — a Harvard Business Review reprint bestseller. In both...
In this Big Think Edge preview, Dr. Tony Coles introduces the concept of "service leadership" first developed in 1970 by Robert K. Greenleaf.
Individuals who cheat in life quickly ignore the fact that their success is fraudulent, believing instead that their own abilities will carry them to even greater heights.
When conducting a pragmatic assessment of the economic value of ideas, The Innovator's Hypothesis author Michael Schrage was shocked to find that "good ideas" don't make much money.
The Journal of Brief Ideas wants to encourage researchers to publish their work in 200 words or fewer as a way to network with other scientists and find ideas.