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Sydney Padua talks about her graphic novel. "The Thrilling Adventures of Lovelace and Babbage: The (Mostly) True Story of the First Computer" is a graphic novel debut that transforms one of the most compelling scientific collaborations into an unexpected, and hilarious, series of adventures.
With the theme of Imagine, Build, Enable, Microsoft employees will be hacking to create opportunities with technology and enable people with disabilities.
Dorie Clark talks about her book, "Stand Out: How to Find Your Breakthrough Idea and Build a Following Around It." She explains how to identify the ideas that set you apart and promote them successfully. The key is to recognize your own value, cultivate your expertise, and put yourself out there.
We’re showing "Brave” and enjoying free popcorn.
Microsoft groups will be promoting their programs and clubs to employees and the Microsoft community during lunch all week.
Author Leonard Mlodinow talks about his book, "The Upright Thinkers: The Human Journey from Living in the Trees to Understanding the Cosmos." In this fascinating and illuminating work, Mlodinow guides us through the critical eras and events in the development of science, all of which, he demonstrates, were propelled forward by humankind's collective struggle to know.
Author Ram Charan talks about his book, "The Attacker's Advantage: Turning Uncertainty into Breakthrough Opportunities”, which is the game plan for winning in an era of ambiguity, volatility, and complexity, when every leader and every business is being challenged in new and unexpected ways.
From the bestselling author of The Greatest Generation comes a moving personal memoir of the year he spent battling multiple myeloma, a bone marrow cancer—the medical quest, the life lessons learned, reflections on news events Brokaw covered for NBC, and more.
As part of Bike to Work Day, Microsoft will host its annual Bike to Work Day Breakfast. Employees can enjoy food and beverages as a bike technician performs minor adjustments and safety checks on their bikes.
In Alibaba's World, author Porter Erisman, one of Alibaba's first Western employees and its head of international marketing from 2000 to 2008, shows how Jack Ma, a Chinese schoolteacher who twice failed his college entrance exams, rose from obscurity to found Alibaba and lead it from struggling startup to the world's most dominant e-commerce player.
In “Simple Rules”, Don Sull and Kathy Eisenhardt argue there’s a better way to make decisions every day: By developing a few simple yet effective rules, you can tackle even the most complex problems. Creating “simple rules” can help you achieve your most pressing personal and professional objectives, from overcoming insomnia to becoming a better manager or investor.
The first-person account of George Bodenheimer's extraordinary rise from working in the mail room at ESPN to ultimately become the Chairman of the world's best-known sports network, complete with revealing inside stories of how George confronted and resolved key crises along the way.
Author Richard Thaler talks about his book, "Misbehaving: The Making of Behavioral Economics” which is his arresting, frequently hilarious account of the struggle to bring an academic discipline back down to earth—and change the way we think about economics, ourselves, and our world.
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