In 1998, Barry Nalebuff, a professor at Yale, and his former student Seth Goldman decided to launch a beverage company called Honest Tea, a company that sells ready-to-drink iced tea that truly tastes like tea.
Drawing on both his personal experience and academic insights, Chief Joseph Pfeifer will take you inside the 9/11 attack on the World Trade Center in NYC to show how leaders must act decisively yet remain flexible in a changing threat environment.
In the 21st century, we are transitioning into the new era— an era that calls for a paradigm shift in people’s way of thinking, way of life, and way of being.
The relationship between China and the world appears to be entering a new phase. China’s economic miracle was fueled by industry and investment, but today domestic consumption is the main driving force of growth.
In this rare public appearance, APL Founder & CEO Bill Schoenfeld will distill a career's worth of hard-fought insights into practical advice for the next generation of entrepreneurs, iconoclasts and innovators.
The study of populism is developing as a sub-discipline of comparative politics. Yet the term "populism" has become so widely used in the media that its salience as an empirical category could be called into question.
In this lecture, I want to try and explain what has happened with Brexit and why. Putting Boris Johnson and Nigel Farage to one side, I want to use Brexit to talk about the historical and political drivers shaping Britain today and into the future.