The power of humility
Today Online | March 07, 2016
Are humble CEOs successful leaders? This op-ed is based on an Arizona State University research study that has found a significant and positive correlation between a company's performance and CEO humility.
What if we had a Secretary of the Future?
Marketplace | March 01, 2016
Marketplace host David Brancaccio wondered what it would be like to have a Secretary of the Future in the United States Cabinet. Brian David Johnson, ASU's futurist-in-residence, offers a perspective.
How high-tech maps could help urban slums plan better streets
The Atlantic | February 29, 2016
Arizona State University researcher José Lobo offers a tip on how access to public services could be improved in urban slums.
ASU app connecting English speakers in China wins Sun Devil Igniter Challenge
Phoenix Business Journal | February 27, 2016
An ASU student startup has developed an application that connects English language learners in China with native English speakers. The app won $50,000 at the second annual Spark Tank pitch competition, hosted by ASU's W. P. Carey School of Business.
The evolution of shaming
The Atlantic | February 24, 2016
Arizona State University researcher Sarah Mathew weighs in on a new study that suggests that individuals may punish others, without being wronged directly, to appear trustworthy to peers.