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You're not imagining it: There are more global crises now than in the past decades. Wharton professor Mauro Guillen, author of 'The Architecture of Collapse,' explains why.
A new book looks at how category creation has enabled Corning to thrive since 1865, most recently with Gorilla Glass, the screen used in most smartphones.
Jonah Berger takes us inside the conscious and unconscious ways that social influences shape our decisions.
According to author Dan Shapiro, negotiating emotionally charged conflicts can be resolved with the same set of tools, whether at home or at work -- and even in intractable international[…]
Bestselling author Charles Duhigg explains why how you think matters more than what you think.
If your company has diversity challenges, look to data, argues Iris Bohnet, author of 'What Works.'
The marriage rate in the United States is at a record low. In 'All the Single Ladies,' journalist Rebecca Traister reports on some key economic implications.
It’s not just natural talent, and it’s more than simply 10,000 hours of practice: Anders Ericsson reveals the secrets that will help you become talented at … almost anything.
Living an extraordinary life depends on finding your entrepreneurial spirit, writes Stella & Dot CEO Jessica Herrin in a new book.
'Becoming Penn' chronicles the University of Pennsylvania’s post-World War II redevelopment and expansion to become a great research university.