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Podcast: Henry Kissinger’s Forecast on Global Headwinds

The former Secretary of State weighs in on the most pressing geopolitical, economic and technological trends of tomorrow.

We’re living in uncertain times. From Brexit to the rise of populism around the world, many are wondering what’s next for global institutions as we know them. What about the state of free trade and transatlantic cooperation? Where does Asia fit into the equation? And how do we account for technologies like artificial intelligence? Former […]

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Podcast: Becoming a Business Chameleon

In these disruptive times, your business will grow only if you’re willing to adapt.

How we do business today isn’t how we’ll do business even a year from now. As a result of this whirlwind disruption, adaptability has become the most valuable currency in the world of business. Put another way: Successful leaders must think and act like a chameleon. In this episode of Longitudes Radio, a trio of […]

Podcast: The Long Game

Unlocking Design Thinking: Part II

As Tim Brown sees it, the great problem for organizations today is they struggle to think far enough into the future. That’s because they don’t have the ecosystem or the people in place to anticipate where the world is heading. But the CEO and President of IDEO is bringing together leaders from different backgrounds, industries […]

Podcast: Finding Your Creative Confidence

Unlocking Design Thinking: Part I

When you hear the name Tim Brown (not the football player), the words design thinking are likely to follow. As a leading influencer of the design thinking movement, Tim encourages companies to solve problems primarily through the lens of what people need. In other words, Tim wants us all to think more like designers. In this […]

Podcast: Richard Branson Dreams of a New Day for Transportation

Where he’s going, he doesn’t need roads. Richard Branson talks space travel, the Hyperloop and trains traveling faster than the Concorde.

Richard Branson jokes that he rarely says no to much of anything, which has earned him the nickname Doctor Yes among his peers. Perhaps that explains the ocean-spanning hot air balloon rides and kitesurfing across the English Channel – or as he calls it, his “insatiable interest in life.” The founder of the Virgin Group […]