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IRL problems need IRL solutions. Block out TVs and laptops with these anti-tech sunglasses. Inspired by filmmaker John Carpenter’s 1988 dystopian vision of media/society, which we might just be living. 

According to Clayton Christensen, when you bought a coffee this morning, you hired that beverage to help with the important task of waking up. Christensen's Jobs-to-Be-Done theory was unleashed nearly 30 years ago, yet its relevance is arguably even more significant today. 

WeWork’s built an empire on the trend towards flexible workplaces. Now they’re aiming to disrupt life itself. Work’s changed, big time—will everything else follow suit?

How can established corporations maintain an edge in today's fast-moving startup culture where new products and technological breakthroughs are the norm?

In the 21st century, disruptive technologies threatened the core business of both Kodak and Fujifilm. As both companies faced the change, different mindsets determined their ultimate fate.

We’re more irrational and less in control of our decisions than we think. But there’s hope—becoming aware of our thought processes can bring reflection and change.

Design can make or break your startup. Based on human empathy, user-centered design and human-centered design are key concepts that can truly change the game. 

Growth hacking is the new black. With cross-functional growth teams making revenue giants like Airbnb and Dropbox, the functional silo model is receding into history. It’s truly a time to get hacking.