• Lessons from the “Einstein of Management”
    Peter Drucker, photo by Jeff McNeill (Wikimedia Commons)
    Lessons from the “Einstein of Management”

    How Peter F. Drucker revolutionized the making of leaders.

  • “Responding to Different Realities Is What Tribal Peoples Have Always Done in This Country.”
    Shoshana Wasserman
    “Responding to Different Realities Is What Tribal Peoples Have Always Done in This Country.”

    Shoshana Wasserman has worked all her life to increase native peoples’ visibility – the past 16 years alone by helping to make the First Americans Museum (FAM) in Oklahoma a reality. Yet, for many years,…

  • A Book Genre That Has It All
    A Book Genre That Has It All

    A life story, well-told, entertains, instructs, teaches and inspires all at the same time.

  • The Revival of Keynesianism?
    The Revival of Keynesianism?

    Is the state coming back strong and big with COVID-19? A reading list.

  • Breaking Out of the Cinderella Tale
    Breaking Out of the Cinderella Tale

    A Victorian lesson on how to take control of your own narrative.

  • AI for Survival of the Fittest?
    AI for Survival of the Fittest?

    From Charles Darwin to Elon Musk: How artificial intelligence will influence human evolution and natural selection.

  • “Do Not Pass Go and Do Not Collect $200!”
    Photo: Julian Hochgesang on Pexels
    “Do Not Pass Go and Do Not Collect $200!”

    What you can learn about economic policy from the book that inspired the most successful board game ever.

  • Should Leaders Study History Before Making Major Decisions?
    Should Leaders Study History Before Making Major Decisions?

    Remember the usual climax of cheesy 1970s horror movie trailers, and that sinister male voice saying “But then…something went terribly wrong!”? If you want to avoid hearing this voice over and over for all your…