"From the outside perspective, it seems insane that an editor would start a robotics company with a Tijuana teenager," Anderson says. "But it’s exactly the right person to start a company with." Here's how they found each other and created one of the top drone companies in just two years.
By Alyson Shontell - Business Insider
Our research has shown that distributed leadership is more complicated than we originally anticipated. It is clear, however, that leadership will entail a new balance between networks and individuals, personality and practices, and freedom and control.
By Deborah Ancona - Harvard Business Review
Compared to countless other animal leaders, human heads of state are not so powerful, finds a new survey of leadership throughout the animal kingdom.
By Jennifer Viegas - Discovery News
If you’ve hung around the internet long enough, you may be familiar with the “One Percent Rule”. It’s the social web’s twist on the Pareto Principle, and it says that in an online community one percent of people will create content, another 10 percent will engage with it, and the remainder will simply lurk.
By Bobbie Johnson - Gigaom
The most creative community for kids in the galaxy. Use DIY to learn new skills and keep a portfolio.
Chris Anderson argues that a DIY “maker” culture will transform the production of consumer goods.
By Daniel Grushkin - Bloomberg Business
This is the challenge for all entrepreneurs: to make the transition from doing something themselves to creating organizations that can carry on without them.
By Steve Prokesch - Harvard Business Review