David Yoffie (Author & Professor, Harvard Business School) David Yoffie discusses the different failures and mistakes made by Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, and Andy Grove that he wrote about in his book, Strategy Rules
Amy Edmondson (Author & Professor, Harvard Business School) Amy Edmondson, Professor of Leadership and Management at Harvard University Business School, talked with Jennifer Crumpton, about her book, Teaming: How Organizations Learn, Innovate and Compete in the Knowledge Economy.
Bertrand Moingeon (Author & Professor, HEC Paris) Moingeon discusses the focus of Organizational Learning and Competitive Advantage, a compilation of writings from contributors in the field of management and learning. He talks about the need for companies to develop sustainable innovation and the ability to successfully integrate corporate strategy with organizational learning.
Dorie Clark (Author of Stand Out: How to Find Your Breakthrough Idea and Build a Following Around It) Turning your audience into a community is part of Dorie Clark’s recommendations for becoming a thought leader. She explains how to find the right venue or approach toward getting people to share your ideas.
Linda Hill (Author & Professor, Harvard Business School) Linda Hill, Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School, faculty and chair of the Leadership Initiative, talks about her latest book, Collective Genius: The Art and Practice of Leading Innovation, which looks at the relationship of leadership to innovation in organizations.
Ranjay Gulati (Author & Professor, Harvard Business School) Ranjay Gulati discusses approaches that leaders can utilize to bring about significant changes within an organization that can overcome a natural instinct to resist change.
Rebecca Henderson (Author & Professor, Harvard Business School) Rebecca Henderson, Harvard University Professor at Harvard Business School, and research fellow at the National Bureau of Economic Research, speaks with Jennifer Crumpton, SarderTV correspondent, about the main thesis of her book, Leading Sustainable Change: An Organizational Perspective.
Rosabeth Kanter (Author & Professor, Harvard Business School) Rosabeth Kanter discusses why she felt it was so important to write her book, Move, and why the topic of American’s deteriorating infrastructure is so serious with its wide ranging effect on the country’s economy and its citizens.
Pankaj Ghemawat (Author & Professor, NYU Stern School of Business) Pankaj Ghemawat describes the second half of his “AEIOU” approach to dealing with the skills gap in the US. He explains why staying optimistic about the job market while extending opportunity and learning can be part of the skills gap solution.
Dr. Susan David (Author & CEO, Evidence Based Psychology) Susan David provides her thoughts on how emotional agility skills could be used to resolve team conflicts and assist in moving people to a collaborative role. She talks about the cultural norm for people to focus on being right to the exclusion of everything else. Susan suggests
Kevin J. Mulcahy (Author & Partner, Future Workplace) Kevin Mulcahy defines workplace activism and discusses why organizations should encourage their employees to become agents of change or activists in the workplace. He discusses why having emotionally charged and engaged employees who want to make positive changes within their job areas is important for business growth.