Big ideas in little doses
In this Big Think Edge preview, Dr. Tony Coles introduces the concept of "service leadership" first developed in 1970 by Robert K. Greenleaf.
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.
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.
One of the brightest minds in basketball walks through the theory and implementation of advanced analytics.
The futurist and entrepreneur takes an analytic approach to assessing the existential risks inherent in pursuing artificial intelligence.
The former head of New Zealand's SEC explains why putting women on boards isn't just the right thing to do — it's also the bright thing to do.
The vice chairman and chief financial officer of PwC recounts how being diagnosed with Hodgkin's disease at 25 pushed her to become more active in pursuit of career goals.
The founder and editor-in-chief of The Huffington Post explains why adjusting your perception of success is vital for achieving a healthy work-life balance.
In his latest book Bold, Peter Diamandis notes that exponential entrepreneurs need to keep an eye out for emerging technologies — such as virtual reality — about to emerge in a big way.