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execution & performance | Aug 13th, 2019

Why Do Complex Systems Fail? Meltdown by Chris Clearfield and András Tilcsik Wins Management Award

The George R. Terry Book Award is granted annually by the Academy of Management, honoring those who have made an outstanding contribution to management knowledge on a global scale. This year, two Lavin speakers—Chris Clearfield and András Tilcsik—have been honored for their book Meltdown.... Continue Reading →
execution & performance | Aug 6th, 2019

How to Reach Your Peak: Anders Ericsson Explains the Science of Expertise with Thrive

Psychologist and author Anders Ericsson has spent decades studying how people reach exceptional levels of success. His data shows that, more than talent, deliberate practice has a profound impact on performance. In a new interview with Thrive, Ericsson dives into what means to practice with... Continue Reading →
execution & performance | Apr 24th, 2019

Meetings Matter. The Revenge of Analog Author David Sax Explains Why In His New Talk.

As companies globalize and everyone shifts to digital conferences, Skype meetings, and online productivity trackers, David Sax triumphantly proves the incredible value of meeting face-to-face. Author of the #1 Washington Post bestseller The Revenge of Analog: Real Things and Why They Matter, Sax is... Continue Reading →
execution & performance | Apr 23rd, 2018

Organizations Need to Cultivate Rebel Talent to Evolve, Innovate and Stay Relevant. Francesca Gino’s New Book Explains How.

Behavioral scientist and Harvard Business School professor Francesca Gino has written the book on breaking the rules, in business and in life. Out May 1, Rebel Talent is already collecting praise from the likes of Angela Duckworth (the NYT bestselling author of Grit) and Ed Catmull, (president of... Continue Reading →