Conversations with people who share our passion
for understanding what makes people tick
New York Times Magazine journalist David Marchese breaks down the art of conversation and getting impactful answers from an interview.
BallotReady’s deep dive into how to engage voters on political issues and create a more informed electorate.
How Jobs-to-be-Done pioneer Tony Ulwick used a “humiliating failure” to fuel a career helping companies innovate to meet customer needs.
Public Broadcasting Executive Editor and veteran Journalist Madhulika Sikka describes how to connect a story to an audience of one or one million.
Neuroscientist Tali Sharot on why humans are wired for optimism, influence, and imagination.
Amnesty International’s Sherif Elsayed-Ali explains how he conducts qualitative research in human rights crises, and the future of humanity in the artificial intelligence era.
Healthtech anthropologist Rachel Ceasar on the inextricable link between cultural and socio-economic bias, and how healthy we really are.
Felicity Heathcote-Márcz tells us why understanding cyborgs is essential to understanding humans.
Criminal Justice professor and researcher Lacey Wallace on what we know—and don’t know—about gun violence.
LinkedIn’s Enterprise UX team on how research is changing the Enterprise landscape.
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