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50 Second Q&A

50 Second Q&A: Pim de Morree

50 Second Q&A: Pim de Morree

Pim de Morree of the Corporate Rebels (corporate-rebels.com) takes time out from the much needed corporate revolution to answer our beguilingly simple questions. What book are you currently reading? Understanding Revolution by Patrick Van Inwegen...

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50 Second Q&A: Antonis Stamatogiannakis

50 Second Q&A: Antonis Stamatogiannakis

Trying to lose weight or get fit? Perhaps you are trying to save money or raise money for a charity.  Among other things, research by Professor Antonis Stamatogiannakis of IE Business School seeks to make sense of the psychological processes at...

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50 Second Q&A: Dan Pontefract

50 Second Q&A: Dan Pontefract

Thinking quick and fast on this occasion is Dan Pontefract (danpontefract.com), author of Open to Think, The Purpose Effect and Flat Army.  Dan is an adjunct professor at the University of Victoria in Canada and is a Thinkers50 Radar thinker....

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50 Second Q&A: Joost Minnaar

50 Second Q&A: Joost Minnaar

Joost Minnaar co-founded the Corporate Rebels (corporate-rebels.com) in 2015. Their mission is to make work more fun and they have been featured on the Thinkers50 Radar.  Joost travels to all corners of the world researching progressive...

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50 Second Q&A: Chengwei Liu

50 Second Q&A: Chengwei Liu

Chengwei Liu is an associate professor of strategy and behavioural science at Warwick Business School.  He is a Thinkers50 radar thinker. Chengwei pondered the imponderable and much more in our snappy 50 second interview. What book are you...

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50 Second Q&A: Amy Webb

50 Second Q&A: Amy Webb

Amy Webb is a quantitative futurist and a bestselling, award-winning author. She is a professor of strategic foresight at the NYU Stern School of Business and the founder of the Future Today Institute, a leading foresight and strategy firm that...

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