A few years ago, I gave many one-day seminars on leadership, and on time management. Here are the slides from a one-hour introduction to some of the concepts from Getting Things Done – David Allen’s signature method for running your life. The tools within are the simplest, most elegant way of managing time that I’ve […]
I’m thrilled to announce the launch of the THINK BIGGER, THINK BETTER podcast! It’s been a long time in the making and I’m really excited to finally share it with all of you. The THINK BIGGER, THINK BETTER podcast asks the question, “How can contemporary philosophy and science help us make better choices, lead better lives, […]
Listen to this four minute clip on the difference between an ethical and unethical business, and most importantly what I think the biggest differentiator is. Spoiler: it is having people unafraid to have values[based conversations, which are scary, and emotionally challenging but essential if ethical norms are to be followed.
At our review of the biggest business ethics disasters of 2016, we talked about Wells Fargo, AI, and Big Pharma. The audience asked some great questions, about GREED being a motivator, and about neuroscience and its relationship to ethics. Here are some of my answers. In this 3m clip you will find a taste of […]
I had the privilege of moderating a panel of experts on Wells Fargo, Big Pharma, and AI at the Institute for Enterprise Ethics – I started with the challenge to expertise that post-truth represents.
More than happy? Flourishing captures more of what is important to human beings – and provides a richer compass for their lives than happiness. You can find a post explaining human flourishing here. This is a questionnaire from the book Reboot Your Career. If you find this valuable, don’t forget to sign up for more […]
Truth Wars Wars are part of human history, but 20th century nuclear weapons made them more destructive than ever. Wisdom prevailed; here we still are. Truth wars, that is fighting over truth, are also a bloody part of our history, and 21st century technology has brought new combatants: for example, a fake news industry, and […]
I’m often asked whether change management is scientific, or whether it is pure craft? One of my main worries is about pseudoscience in society, and the business world is rife with it. Can much be done? This is an excerpt from The Science of Organizational Change – the chapter references are from that book. (You […]
Knowledge Illusion: Inspiring, paradigm shifting perspective on knowledge – and what humans can achieve together The Knowledge Illusion tells us something depressing – we don’t know nearly as much INDIVIDUALLY as we think, and something liberating – COLLECTIVELY, thinking together, we can achieve magical things. Day in and day out we use objects, such as […]