Cyril Bouquet, Jean-Louis Barsoux, Michael Wade
Experts from IMD Business School provide an in-depth guide to overcoming the psychological and organizational barriers that inhibit innovative thinking.
Billie Jean King
In her autobiography, tennis legend and activist Billie Jean King recounts her journey to becoming a champion while fighting for equality and inclusion.
All In: The Fight for Democracy
Liz Garbus, Lisa Cortes
Growing up as a Black woman in the US taught Stacey Abrams about the difficulties of the past, but it was only when voter suppression took her dreams from her reach that she realized America still faced an uphill battle for democracy.
All the Single Ladies
Award-winning journalist Rebecca Traister traces the history of unmarried and late-married women and their influence on significant socio-political movements over centuries in America.
All We Can Save
Ayana Elizabeth Johnson, Katharine K. Wilkinson
A richly varied anthology of essays and poetry on the science, sociality, and emotional toll of climate change with an offering of hope.
Daniel Goleman, Richard J. Davidson
Altered Traits explores the science behind meditation techniques and the way they benefit and alter our mind and body.
Natalie Berg, Miya Knights
Authors Natalie Berg and Miya Knights take us behind the scenes at Amazon to understand how Jeff Bezos's gigantic company came to dominate the e-commerce market.
Steven Bognar, Julia Reichert
American Factory takes a look at the culture clash that occurs when a Chinese company buys a shuttered GM auto manufacturing plant in Ohio and reopens it as a glass-manufacturing factory.
Thomas E. Patterson, Harvard University
This course from Harvard University takes a deep dive into the foundations of American government and the political culture that has emerged from them.
Mark R. Levin
American Marxism is a scathing critique of the psychological and historical roots of radical Leftist movements and their impact on American society and culture.
Aminatou Sow & Ann Friedman: Big Friendship
Unlocking Us, Brene Brown, Ann Friedman, Aminatou Sow
In this October 2021 episode of Unlocking Us, Dr. Brené Brown and podcast hosts Aminatou Sow and Ann Friedman discuss how true, long-lasting friendships are built and maintained.
In this Oscar-winning documentary, director Asif Kapadia presents an intimate and tragic portrait of the life and musical career of British singer Amy Winehouse before she met her untimely death at the age of 27.
An Economist Walks into a Brothel
Economist Allison Schrager explains risk assessment and management through the lens of unexpected industries.
An Introduction to Recreational Math
Davidson Institute of Science Education at the Weizmann Institute of Science
This course teaches us how to do math for our own amusement with puzzles, tricks, and games.
Analytics for Decision Making
Rick Cleary, Nathan Karst, Davit Khachatryan, Babson College
This edX course from Babson College provides analytical tools you can use to avoid making poor decisions and ask the right questions before taking action, in business and beyond.
Nassim Nicholas Taleb
Antifragile reveals how some systems thrive from shocks, volatility and uncertainty, instead of breaking from them, and how you can adapt more antifragile traits yourself to thrive in an uncertain and chaotic world.
Antimicrobial Resistance - Theory and Methods
Technical University of Denmark, Lina Cavaco, Pimlapas Leekitcharoenphon, Rene S. Hendriksen
This course from the Technical University of Denmark covers the basics of antimicrobial treatments and ever-increasing resistance to them.
Antitrust: Taking on Monopoly Power from the Gilded Age to the Digital Age
United States Senator Amy Klobuchar describes the beginnings of antitrust law, how it's lost its power, and how we can revitalize it to fix our broken economy.
The School of Life, Alain de Botton
In this sharp and witty collection of essays, The School of Life draws on philosophy and psychotherapy to provide a guide for anxiety, why we feel it, and how we can overcome it.
Anxiety at Work
Adrian Gostick, Chester Elton
Anxiety at Work is a handy primer on how to help your colleagues and employees overcome anxiety and stress, become more productive in a healthy way, and realize their value to the company.
Are Humans Running Out of Sperm?
Unexplainable, Noam Hassenfeld, Byrd Pinkerton
This episode of the Unexplainable docuseries explores the reasons behind declining sperm counts in some countries. While the media blasts scenarios of 'Spermageddon', scientists insist we don't need to worry — yet.