iPhone Innovation, Still Procrastinating, Men and Women at Work
The Matt Townsend Show - Season 1, Episode 1301
- Sep 21, 2017 4:00 pm
- 2:21:55 mins
Understanding the real innovation behind the iPhone (20:07) Kalle Lyytinen is a Professor of Management Design at Case Western Reserve University. Lyytinen’s research helps define how rapidly changing digital innovations shape organizations. He studies the adoption of new technologies, new forms of collaboration, and new ways to determine system requirements. Apple CEO Tim Cook said that the iPhone X price tag of $1,000 was a “value price.” Since the iPhone emerged in 2007 it has transformed the mobile phone business, the internet economy and, in many ways, society as a whole. Kalle Lyytinen helps us understand the innovation behind the iPhone and its evolution. Still Procrastinating: The No Regrets Guide to Getting It Done (1:05:38) Joseph Ferrari, Ph.D., is a Professor of Psychology at DePaul University. He is an international research expert and author on procrastination. Most everybody would admit to procrastinating at one time or another but that does not necessarily make us a true procrastinator. Chronic procrastination is consistent, in multiple areas of our life and can wreak havoc, & keeping us from attaining our goals. Contrary to conventional wisdom, chronic procrastination is NOT about poor time management, but about self-sabotaging tendencies that can prevent you from reaching your full potential. Joseph’s book “Still Procrastinating: The No Regrets Guide to Getting It Done” draws on scientific research on procrastination conducted over more than twenty years by him and his colleagues. Joseph Ferrari helps us learn what stops us from getting things done so that we can find the solutions that will really work. When Men and Women Work Together (1:54:41) Joseph Baker, Ph.D., is a cognitive psychologist at Stanford University and lead author received a Doctorate of Philosophy from Utah State in 2013. When working with your spouse or someone of the opposite gender, sometimes we wonder why they do things the way they do- it’s like they have a completely different way of thinking. And that might be exactly what’s going on. Maybe this is because men and women’s brains work differently when they are working together. Dr. Baker shares his research in what happens when men and women work together.