The best selling author reminds us that it's free to be wrong, so why don't we take more risks?
In this 99U talk, Thomas reveals his approach to his often-provocative work that recasts the iconography of advertising and our everyday to force us to rethink identity in popular culture.
When your surroundings aren't cooperating, there's only one thing to do: change them.
The "cult of optimism" has taught us to set strict goals and adhere to them. But instead we should embrace uncertainty and remain flexible.
The most successful institutions are more like a network and less like a hierarchy. They are adaptive and not protective. In other words: The companies that will survive the networked age are the ones who think like a responsive system.
Forget trying to "fake it until you make it." Instead admit (and embrace) being a total newbie.
Not every businesses needs to be focused on super-rapid growth. Sometimes, the slow, long term is the right path for success.
The former director of industrial design at Apple shares what separates the great design-focused companies from the rest of the pack.
"Don't round out your edges and don't assign power to third party gatekeepers."