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Make the Move Toward Sustainability

Sustainability is key to the future of organizations, the future of work, and the future of the planet. Tensie Whelan, the founder and director of NYU Stern's Center for Sustainable Business, ...

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Prototyping with Origami

For many, "origami" tends to conjure visions of paper cranes and layers of delicately folded paper. Uttam Grandhi, an artist and paper engineer who considers origami a key skill in his ...

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Finding Creativity: How

Professor Kim Corfman joins us for Part Two of her series on finding creativity--this time with tips on how to encourage divergent thinking, while also touching on why it is we sometimes struggle ...

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Four Tips for Stellar Social Media

"It's no longer innovative just to be present on social media." When we're all so connected and bombarded with messaging, how do we break through and engage with consumers? Homa Zaryouni ...

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Negotiate Beyond Your Comfort Zone

Jim Hopkinson focuses on career development for the new economy, showing how new media, technology and branding are changing how people look at their career and lifestyle. In this energetic ...

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Telling a Story With Data

Professor Kristen Sosulski talks through the components of telling a story using data, from exploration, to analysis, to communication. But most importantly, Sosulski encourages those of us ...

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Understanding Reputational Capital

Professor Sonia Marciano tackles the topic of reputational capital, and explains how firms and organizations might react when faced with a downward descent in reputational capital (based on ...

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User-Centered Innovation

The team behind IEX has a simple mission: to institutionalize fairness in the markets by combining great, principles-based design with cutting edge technology. Daniel Aisen (Co-Founder and ...

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Cultivating Intellectual Flexbility

Professor Nouriel Roubini is one of the most influential economists in the world. He joined us to discuss why it's essential to cultivate intellectual flexibility in an interdependent world.

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Identifying the Crowdsourcing Sweet Spot

Is crowdsourcing right for you and your organization? NYU Stern Professor Natalia Levina reveals the five elements of the "crowdsourcing sweet spot," and what you need to ask yourself before ...