Ideas are the wrong unit of measurement for innovation, says author Michael Schrage. Instead he recommends reframing good ideas as testable hypotheses that can be run in a fast, simple, cheap business experiment.
Former Onyx CEO Tony Coles says that this philosophy of leadership “has influenced almost everything” he has done for the past decade. In this video, learn some of the key tenets of the servant leadership...
Author Claire Shipman explains the positive aspects of allowing confidence to grow within yourself. The best way to do this is to erase any fears that keep you from leaping toward professional and personal challenges.
By consciously taking specific actions—from seeking out role models to reevaluating how we think about failure—we can train our mind to behave more confidently.
History curriculum needs to place a keen focus on decision-making and scrutiny, not just rote memorization of names and dates.
Mergers, promotions, retirements, acquisitions, firings: there are plenty of reasons why the names and faces above you on the organizational change might change. In each case, find where you fit in the new...
Big Think extends a warm thank you to Cogito and the Center for Talented Youth at John Hopkins University for facilitating this interview.
The researcher contemplates his rare academic talent.
The researcher describes one of the world’s pre-eminent research institutions for furthering stem cell science.
The 15 year-old stem cell researcher on launching a career in science.
The researcher illuminates the world of stem cells and how they can cure disease.
Kyle Loh is a researcher at the Harvard Stem Cell Institute.