• How to Thrive in the Face of Adversity
    How to Thrive in the Face of Adversity

    It is an odd comfort to know that the human species has survived plagues, pestilence, wars and sundry other disasters for as long as humankind has walked the Earth. Here are 5 lessons on how…

  • “How Do I Use Data (Science) to Solve Real-World Problems?”
    “How Do I Use Data (Science) to Solve Real-World Problems?”

    It sounds complicated. It is. But with these five steps, you can do it.

  • Evolution Has a Thing for Wackos
    Evolution Has a Thing for Wackos

    Why people prefer conspiracy theories and mystical tales to rational science.

  • “When You Talk to People About Fairness, the Conversation Immediately Becomes Political”
    Michael Kearns and Aaron Roth
    “When You Talk to People About Fairness, the Conversation Immediately Becomes Political”

    Computer scientists Michael Kearns and Aaron Roth research how computer programs can affect our lives. Even when written without malice, algorithms have the potential to treat people unfairly or violate their privacy. How do you…

  • “Performance Reviews: How Do I Give the Right Feedback in the Current Exceptional Situation?”
    Performance reviews: Make a directional decision - or at least cause one. There are in fact more than only two ways to proceed. / Photo: Jon Tyson at Unsplash
    “Performance Reviews: How Do I Give the Right Feedback in the Current Exceptional Situation?”

    You have three options.

  • “Is Remote Work Here to Stay?”
    “Is Remote Work Here to Stay?”

    Yes. And here is everything you need to know to be successful (even after a pandemic) – whether as an organization, manager or employee.

  • Exploring the Wonderland of  Child-Led Learning
    Photo by Paul Hanaoka on Unsplash
    Exploring the Wonderland of Child-Led Learning

    The many hours of lockdown-induced downtime offer an opportunity for your children to let their natural curiosity take them places they may otherwise not have discovered.

  • “We Lead the World in Science, and We Also Lead the World in Opposition to Science”
    Jared Diamond, American historian and anthropologist, Pulitzer Prize-winning author, and UCLA professor, playing piano in the living room of his home in the Bel-Air neighborhood of Los Angeles; photo by Damon Casarez /Redux/laif
    “We Lead the World in Science, and We Also Lead the World in Opposition to Science”

    Jared Diamond, world-famous historian of societal crises and collapses, currently lives in self-imposed quarantine in California. When he’s not writing papers on the birds of New Guinea or playing Beethoven sonatas on the piano, he…

  • “What Does It Take to Become a Digital Leader?”
    “What Does It Take to Become a Digital Leader?”

    One abstract to rule them all.

  • Our Most Popular Books
    Our Most Popular Books

    Time to highlight some of the most successful titles from our library!