The K@W Network:
The New York Times' Josh Katz discusses his compendium of colloquialisms and why people from various regions speak differently.
Our transportation system underlies all of modern life, from moving us to our jobs to bringing yesterday's Amazon order to our door. But there is a mounting cost to this[…]
Author David Hoffeld says science can help sales people sell in the way their customers’ brains are wired.
Companies such as Netflix, Amazon, Apple and others have made big Hollywood studios, TV networks and other traditional media outlets rethink how they approach the idea of success.
Many professionals plug away for years with only moderate career success. A lack of emotional intelligence may be stifling advancement.
In 'Moneyball' author Michael Lewis showed how data analytics up-ended professional baseball. His new book reveals where the concepts originated.
Pixar went from a scrappy startup to a proven leader in the entertainment industry. In a new book, former CFO Lawrence Levy recounts building the company and taking it public.
What’s making Americans so anxious? Author Ruth Whippman says it’s the notion that happiness must be pursued above all else.
In a recent book, management consultant Dan Roam explains why doodles and drawings are the among the best ways to convey information.
Physicians are learning to create deeper relationships with patients to improve health outcomes, says Cleveland Clinic neurologist Adrienne Boissy.