The Motley Fool interviewed Nobel Prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz in his office at Columbia Business School. In this clip, Stiglitz answers the question, “What is something that is taught in the modern business school that gives a flawed sense of how risk and financial markets work?”
Content: Multimedia Content | Author: Joseph E. Stiglitz | Source: The Motley Fool | Subjects: Economics, People
Warren Buffett sits down with Fortune Magazine’s Pattie Sellers to discuss the changing landscape for women in business.
Content: Multimedia Content | Author: Warren Buffett | Source: FORTUNE | Subjects: People, Women in Business
Management expert Henry Mintzberg has played a major role shaping the world’s concept of managing. According to him, CEO bonuses need to disappear and companies should promote “communityship.”
Content: Multimedia Content | Author: Henry Mintzberg | Source: YouTube | Subjects: Management, People
Fons Trompenaars is one of the world’s leading experts on cross-cultural communication and international management. Together with long-time collaborator Charles Hampden-Turner, Trompenaars developed a model of national cultures based on seven dimensions: universalism vs. particularism; individualism vs. collectivism; neutral vs. emotional; specific vs. diffuse; achievement vs. ascription; sequential vs. synchronic; and internal vs. external control.
The model, developed after extensive research across over 60 cultures and … [ Read more ]
Content: Multimedia Content | Authors: Des Dearlove, Fons Trompenaars | Source: Thinkers50 | Subjects: Organizational Behavior, People
Paul Adams worked in the UX team at Google and was the user research lead for social. He spend a lot of his time doing research with people on how they use social media, sitting down with people, and having them map out their social network, and looking at how they use tools like email, Facebook, Twitter, their phone, and so on. One of the … [ Read more ]
Content: Multimedia Content | Author: Paul Adams | Source: SlideShare | Subjects: Customer Related, Marketing / Sales, Organizational Behavior, People
A conversation with Marc Andreessen, co-founder and chairman of Ning and an investor in several startups including Digg, Plazes, and Twitter. Best known as co-author of Mosaic, and founder of Netscape. He is on the Board of Directors of Facebook and eBay.
Content: Multimedia Content | Authors: Charlie Rose, Marc Andreessen | Source: PBS | Subjects: Entrepreneurship, People
Charlie Rose interviews strategy Guru Michael Porter of Harvard Business School on his PBS show.
Editor’s Note: The Porter interview comes after an interview with Henry Kissinger…
Content: Multimedia Content | Authors: Charlie Rose, Michael E. Porter | Source: PBS | Subjects: People, Strategy
Tipping Point author Malcolm Gladwell gets inside the food industry’s pursuit of the perfect spaghetti sauce — and makes a larger argument about the nature of choice and happiness.
Content: Multimedia Content | Author: Malcolm Gladwell | Source: TED Conferences LLC | Subjects: Market Research, Marketing / Sales, People
Michael Porter published an article in the January 2008 Harvard Business Review updating his famous five forces model. Here is an interview with him (12:57 minutes) on the relevance of the 5 Forces in today’s world.
Content: Multimedia Content | Author: Michael E. Porter | Source: Harvard Business School (HBS) | Subjects: People, Strategy