Former technology editor at Newsweek and co-producer and writer of HBO’s Silicon Valley Dan Lyons gives a unique insider’s perspective on the reality behind the tech start-up hype.
Richard Clarke explores his design career at Nike and explains how the development of technology and innovation has benefited the consumer dramatically.
Global authority on collaborative consumption Rachel Botsman explores the rapid evolution of the sharing economy, and considers where it's heading next and the big issues we need to tackle now.
Leading economic thinkers Adair Turner and John Kay ask: What is finance really for? How much of it do we need, and what kind?
Economist Christian Felber introduces an international movement that’s aiming to radically reshape our future economy.
Why are we so prone to creating silos in our institutions and workplaces – and how can we break free of them to transform the way we think and act for the better? Award-wining FT columnist and author Gillian Tett investigates.
In his annual RSA Chief Executive’s lecture, Matthew Taylor asks: what economy do we want? Should we look again at radical ideas for reform? And how might new forms of engagement help us think and act more boldly?
In the 2014 RSA Chairman’s Lecture, Sir Martin Davidson, CEO of the British Council, asks whether creativity offers the UK a way ahead in an increasingly dangerous international environment.
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Anthony King, millennium professor of Government at the University of Essex\\; and Sir Ivor Crewe, master of University College, Oxford.
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