Martin Reeves

Martin Reeves

32 Interviews

Martin Reeves's Interviews

Martin Reeves + Philipp Carlsson-Szlezak & Fei-Fei Li 11 Dec 2023 • EN

The Worlds I See with Dr. Fei-Fei Li

In The Worlds I See, Dr. Fei-Fei Li provides a personal and deeply insightful depiction of two convergent journeys. One describes her own life and career; Li immigrated to the U.S. from China at age 15, and within a few years had launched into research in computer vision and AI. The other is a history of AI, which has

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Martin Reeves & Amy Edmondson 29 Aug 2023 • EN

Right Kind of Wrong with Amy Edmondson

In her forthcoming book, Right Kind of Wrong: The Science of Failing Well, Amy Edmondson offers a new framework to think about, discuss, and practice failure wisely, using human fallibility as a tool for making ourselves and our organizations smarter. Amy Edmondson is the Novartis Professor of Leadership and Management

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Martin Reeves & Simon Johnson 01 Aug 2023 • EN

Power and Progress with Simon Johnson

In his new book Power and Progress, Simon Johnson, along with his co-author Daron Acemoglu, challenges the techno-optimistic narrative that technological progress will automatically lead to shared prosperity. Johnson, a professor at the MIT Sloan School of Management, takes us through a millennium of technological prog

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Martin Reeves & Christian Madsbjerg 18 Jul 2023 • EN

LOOK with Christian Madsbjerg

In his new book, LOOK: How to Pay Attention in a Distracted World, Christian Madsbjerg explores the importance of observational skills. Drawing on various fields—science, philosophy, and the arts—as well as his personal experiences, Madsbjerg offers tools and insights to help us better pay attention and extract insight

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Philipp Carlsson-Szlezak + Martin Reeves & Jonah Berger 20 Jun 2023 • EN

Magic Words with Jonah Berger

In his latest book, Magic Words: What to Say to Get Your Way, Jonah Berger breaks down the science of language. The right words can influence actions and happiness, and reveal insights about those who say or write them. Berger, an associate professor of marketing at the Wharton School, is an expert on change, social in

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Martin Reeves & Rob Cross + Karen Dillon 18 Apr 2023 • EN

The Microstress Effect with Rob Cross and Karen Dillon

A “microstress,” as defined by Rob Cross and Karen Dillon in their new book of the same name, is a small amount pressure from our everyday interactions that is hardly perceived in the moment. But when many microstesses pile up, they become debilitating. Cross, the Edward A. Madden Professor of Global Leadership at Babs

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