Talking Education & Innovation with Thomas Friedman
If you’re not familiar with Thomas Friedman, you are probably familiar with his arguments in “The World is Flat” which looks at globalization as a net positive force increasing opportunity, collaboration, and innovation. I recently appeared on HuffPost Live to engage him on some of his ideas in “That Used to Be Us“, particularly around education and global change. It was a really cool segment hosted by Marc Lamont Hill and accompanied with some pretty awesome guests who ranged from entrepreneurs to other academics. Check it out here.
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