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BrightSight Group speakers and authors Chip and Dan Heath are featured in this month’s Allure Magazine.
Chip and Dan are the authors of SWITCH: How to Change Things When Change Is Hard and Made to Stick: Why Some Ideas Survive and Others Die
BrightSight Group speaker and author, James Altucher’s latest column, “Go Ahead, Hate Me. I’ll Still Help You Make Money“.
James is the author of The Forever Portfolio: How to Pick Stocks That You Can Hold for the Long Run
BrightSight Group speaker and author of The Responsibility Revolution, Jeffrey Hollender was recently interviewed by Management Consulting News.
Jeffrey is the author of The Responsibility Revolution: How the Next Generation of Businesses Will Win
BrightSight Group speaker and author Dan Heath is featured on fastcompany.com’s American Express Open video. Heath explains How to Write a Mission Statement That Doesn’t Suck.
BrightSight Group speaker Tom Szaky is also the CEO of TerraCycle.
Inside TerraCycle. Szaky’s company makes affordable, eco-friendly products from a wide range of different non-recyclable waste materials. With over 50 products available at major retailers like Walmart, Target, The Home Depot, OfficeMax, Petco and Whole Foods Market, TerraCycle is one of the fastest growing eco-friendly manufacturers in the world. See a clip of Beyond the Line.
BrightSight Group speaker and author Scott Belsky’s article, Crowdsourcing is Broken: How to Fix It is in this week’s issue of BusinessWeek.
Scott is the author of Making Ideas Happen: Overcoming the Obstacles Between Vision and Reality which will be released in April 2010.
BrightSight Group speakers and authors, David Wessel and Liaquat Ahamed are both on the shortlist for the Financial Times and Goldman Sachs Business Book of the Year Award. David Wessel is the author of In FED We Trust: Ben Bernanke’s War on the Great Panic
Liaquat Ahamed is the author of Lords of Finance: The Bankers Who Broke the World
BrightSight Group speaker and author, Carmine Gallo weighs in on…BrightSight Group speaker and author, Dan Roam. From the article awarding America’s Health Care Napkins as “Worlds Best Presentation of 2009. ” In the article Dan tells Carmine, “I learned long ago that when helping executives clarify their ideas, nothing is more powerful than a simple hand-drawn sketch. The less polished, the better; the more “human,” the better,” Roam told me. “Three quarters of the neurons in our brain that process incoming sensory information are focused on vision. While most people in business think they can’t draw (they can) or that they’re ‘not visual’ (they are), we can all get infinitely better at discovering, developing, and sharing new ideas” by taking advantage of our innate visual thinking system.
Dan is the author of The Back of the Napkin: Solving Problems and Selling Ideas with Pictures
Carmine is the author of The Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs: How to Be Insanely Great in Front of Any Audience