Work Minus Friction with Paul Zak

Hate your coworkers? Love them? Most of it has to do with how much trust you have, which has more to do with real chemistry than you’d like to admit.

Work Minus Computers with Mark Williams

Ever heard a software developer try to convince you to not use software so much? Learn how to stop using the drug from a man who makes it.

Work Minus Hiring Discrimination with LeRon L. Barton

If tech companies are leading us to the future of work, why are they so bad at hiring minorities? LeRon Barton on being the only black man in the room

Work Minus Killing Good Ideas with Safi Bahcall

Physicist and entrepreneur, Safi Bahcall explains how to create an environment to uncover and explore crazy ideas that drive innovation.

Work Minus Command and Control with Peter and Ed Schein

What’s a leader’s top responsibility? Vision? Competence? Legendary authors Ed and Peter Schein say human leaders must focus on relationships.

Work Minus the Wrong Language with David Marquet

In the navy, you need permission for everything. What if the most hierarchical system suddenly distributed authority? David’s got the awards to prove it.

Work Minus Barely Hanging on with David Burkus

Most people don’t get much from their job except a paycheck. David Burkus explores how policies, good management, and one super-secret trick can change that.

Work Minus Blind Spots with Dr Saundarya Rajesh

We’ve made it super hard for women to re-enter the workplace. From re-skilling to biases, there’s a lot to overcome and most companies do little about it.

Work Minus Management with Chuck Blakeman

The last 150 years of work have been based on the assumption that people are stupid and lazy and need an overlord. Now, it’s time to rethink management.

Work Minus Destructive HR Tech with Mitch Zenger

The traditional way of rewarding and recognizing individuals can destroy the teamwork in the company. So, what’s the better way to it? Mitch Zinger explains.