What Western Education Can Learn From Developing Countries: Sugata Mitra and Adam Braun ‘Work Wonders’ in the Classroom

According to TEDsters Sugata Mitra and Adam Braun, Western education systems can learn a great deal from the developing world. Read…

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What can Silicon Valley learn from Kafka, Tolstoy and Paul Cézanne? Author and TED2014 speaker Sarah Lewis provides four big lessons on mastery that entrepreneurs can glean from some of the greatest artists of all time. Read…

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Author David Zweig shares his insight into the ‘invisible workforce’ existing largely behind the scenes in incredibly important roles at hospitals, airports, and corporations everywhere. Could anonymity at work lead us to greater career fulfillment? Read…

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What makes a digital strategy truly great? Creative strategist Zach Pentel outlines three ways brands can build more effective online engagement to help make the Internet a better place for all. Read…

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What does it take to become a fearless brand like Coca Cola, Patagonia or Unilever’s Dove? Bravery. In an exclusive interview, ROI asks Contagious’ Paul Kemp-Robertson to provide tips on how brands can push themselves to be braver. Behold, the 10 commandments of brand bravery. Read…

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With our packed, non-stop schedules—career, family, chores, errands, and sleep (if we’re lucky)—everyone really wants to know one thing: How can we make our workdays fly by, and our time off stretch out luxuriously? Read…

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Most of us spend considerably more time with our colleagues than with our significant others. ROI consulted Ty Tashiro, TED@NYC speaker and author of The Science of Happily Ever After, to explain why cultivating healthy office friendships can help us succeed at work and avoid professional pitfalls. Read…