How to Be a Social Media Change Agent
Interviews with management experts who zero in on key business ideas and how to implement them in organizations.
Under the Hood of the Automotive Industry The Questionable Merits of a Nissan-Renault-GM Alliance: In our feature segment, HBR IdeaCast host Paul Michelman visits with Harvard Business School professor Pankaj Ghemawat to discuss his take on the prospective deal that would bring General Motors into a three-way alliance with the Nissan and Renault companies. Ghemawat, a long-time observer of the global automotive industry, shares some interesting thoughts on the deal and why it may not be such a good idea.
The Questionable Merits of a Nissan-Renault-GM Alliance: In our feature segment, HBR IdeaCast host Paul Michelman visits with Harvard Business School professor Pankaj Ghemawat to discuss his take on the prospective deal that would bring General Motors into a three-way alliance with the Nissan and Renault companies. Ghemawat, a long-time observer of the global automotive industry, shares some interesting thoughts on the deal and why it may not be such a good idea.
Be a Social Media Provocateur Featured Guest: Josh Bernoff, coauthor of Groundswell: Winning in a World Transformed by Social Technologies. Copyright 2008 Harvard Business School Publishing
Featured Guest: Josh Bernoff, coauthor of Groundswell: Winning in a World Transformed by Social Technologies.
Copyright 2008 Harvard Business School Publishing
Four Perspectives on the Presidential Race
Featuring the ideas of HarvardBusiness.org bloggers Tom Davenport, Rosabeth Moss Kanter, John Baldoni, and Annie McKee. Copyright 2008 Harvard Business School Publishing
Print Media and the Effects of a Disruptive Web
Featuring the insights of HarvardBusiness.org bloggers Jeff Stibel, Dan Gillmor, and Tom Davenport.
Copyright 2009 Harvard Business School Publishing
Coping with Social Media
Featured Guest: Alexandra Samuel, director of the Social + Interactive Media Centre at Emily Carr University. Copyright 2010 Harvard Business School Publishing
Talk: AFP's Daphne Benoit says military and media need mutual trust
Daphne Benoit, Pentagon correspondent for Agence Frace Press, spoke at the Shorenstein Center on the relationship between the military and the media.
Talk: Neal Baer on how television and new media can influence public policy
The executive producer of "Law and Order: SVU" on "How New Media Is Changing the Way We Talk about Public Policy."
Talk: Clergy scandal shows power of old and new media
Walter Robinson and Clay Shirky discuss how the case of the sex abuse scandal in the Catholic Church illustrates the changing powers of old and new media
Entrepreneurship Viewed as a Tool and When to Use it in Industry & Science - Jeff Hawkins (Palm Comp
Jeff Hawkins, founder of Palm Computing and director of the Redwood Neuroscience Institute, speaks at Stanford University's Entrepreneurial Thought Leader lecture series.
Strategies in the Biopharmaceutical Industry - Kim Popovits (Genomic Health)
Kim Popovits, President and COO of Genomic Health, Inc., discusses the organizational and technological strategies that have contributed to her success in the biopharmaceutical industry.
Lessons Learned in the Life Sciences Industry - Michael Goldberg (MDV)
Michael Goldberg, General Partner at Mohr Davidow Ventures and Founder of Axion Inc., shares lessons learned through his 25 years of experience as an entrepreneur and investor in the life sciences industry.
An Entrepreneurial Perspective on the Life Sciences Industry - G. Steven Burrill (Burrill & Co.)
Steve Burrill, CEO of Burrill & Co., provides an overview of the life sciences industry, reflecting on insights he has gained throughout his career. Along the way, he shares his laws of survival and anecdotes that relate the keys to his success in the areas of biotechnology, venture capital and merchant banking.
The Next Wave of Industry: Global Clean Tech - Erik Straser (MDV)
Mohr Davidow Ventures partner Erik Straser offers insight on the unfolding sector of new energy technologies, and discusses how it will be affected by an economy in credit crisis. He unveils the market's high level of industrial innovation, and offers students of entrepreneurship sound advice on finding the next crest in grand socioeconomic opportunity.
Android: Building a Mobile Platform to Change the Industry (November 28, 2007)
Computing, science, technology, engineering, development, innovation, research, influences, data, applications, performance, programming, problems, projects, source code, implementation, tools, execution, software, business models, consumers, mobile platf
3. Farewell Information, Welcome Media (February 4, 2009)
Technology, computers, economics, business, internet, Google, participation, mobile technology, cell phones, cameras, blogs, consumers, Hulu, television, email, Kindle, failure, Second Life, Apple, Microsoft, consumer electronics, iphone, sensors, robot,
3. Why the United States Has Yet to Benefit From Electricity Industry Re-structuring (And What Can B
Environmental Studies, Science, Physics, Chemical Engineering, Biology, energy, electricity, economics, regulation, cost of service, consumer, market design mechanism, bid, provider, price, produce, monopoly, public utilities commission, Pacific Gas & Ele
9. Seeing Climate, Seeing Change: Communicating Climate Science in a Changing Media Landscape (Decem
behavior, climate change, energy policy, greenhouse gases, impacts, energy, social change, environment
5. Economic Analysis of the Solar Industry: When Will Grid Parity Be Achieved? (October 28, 2009)
economics, photovoltaics, solar power, grid parity, energy industry
Expressive Intelligence: Artificial Intelligence, Games and New Media (October 20, 2006)
interactive, design, program, computer, science, art, research, understanding, practice, AI, system, experience, code, learning, decision, innovation, technology, control, content, façade, player, character, social, story, action, project, autonomous, per