The Key to Developing a Great Leadership Style (Don't Just Imitate Mark Cuban)

Teaching college students about leadership is a muddled, mangled mess. There are so many theories and types of leadership from decades of examination and research–it’s an endless, but extremely important, business aspect of discussion and application. We examine many of the styles out there, such as “level five” leadership, servant leadership, transactional versus transformational leadership, authentic leadership, charismatic […] Read more »

How Nudge Theory Just Made You Click on This Headline (and Helped a Famous Economist Win the Nobel Prize)

It takes effort to move a mouse, point the arrow toward a headline, and click down on a button. As a writer, I know this is true–I search on Google and read headlines all day, and I write headlines like the one above that will hopefully make you interested. The catch? We’re all inundated with […] Read more »

Famed Architect’s Lawsuit Against Google Just Got Much More Serious

Eli Attia alleges he wasn’t the only one mistreated by the search giant. A long-running lawsuit filed against Google by a prominent architect has just gotten much broader. Last week, the Superior Court of California granted a motion adding racketeering charges to the civil case being pursued against Google by Eli Attia, an expert in […] Read more »

NSA director just admitted that government copies of encryption keys are a big security risk

The director of the NSA, Admiral Michael Rogers, just admitted at a Senate hearing that when Internet companies provide copies of encryption keys to law enforcement, the risk of hacks and data theft goes way up. The government has been pressuring technology companies to provide the encryption keys that it can use to access data […] Read more »