Need something to listen to on your next commute? How about podcasts by experts here at MIT Sloan? Hear what our faculty has to say about critical issues ranging from collective intelligence to innovation to neuroscience and how these issues affect organizations and executives around the world.
Collective intelligence: its impact on our society today and tomorrow
What is collective intelligence and how does it impact the future of organizations? MIT Sloan Professor and Director of the MIT Center for Collective Intelligence Thomas Malone defines collective intelligence, and explains the components that contribute to a "smart" group--as well as changing hierarchical structures in the workplace, and how collective intelligence is helping to address the problem of global climate change. Professor Malone leads the Intelligent Organizations 4Dx (live online) course.
Applying the benefits of neuroscience in the working world
Tara Swart--world-renowned neuroscientist, psychiatrist, and coach of C-suite executives--comments on the positive and negative effects of technology in our professional lives, the prevalence of the imposter syndrome among executives, and some simple measures to ensure we maximize our brainpower on a daily basis. MIT Sloan Senior Lecturer Swart leads Neuroscience for Leadership and Applied Neuroscience: Unleashing Brain Power for You and Your People at MIT Sloan Executive Education.
What four-year olds know that adults don't about creativity
What is creativity and why do many of us lose it as we grow older? MIT Sloan Senior Lecturer Hal Gregersen talks about the barriers to creativity brought on by our society and what we can do to overcome them. Gregersen teaches in The Innovator's DNA: Mastering Five Skills for Disruptive Innovation and Innovation and Images: Exploring the Intersections of Leadership and Photography.