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Huggy is a Professor of Organizational Behavior and Human Resources at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, and the other of several acclaimed and bestselling books, including the forthcoming The Friction Project  LEARN MORE »

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Author and the Editor in Chief of Foreign Policy 


Leadership, influence and motivation expert, who is ranked among the top management thinkers globally.


#1 Bestselling Author: Swith, Made to Stick & most recently Making Numbers Count



Alton Fitzgerald White is Broadway's longest-running 'Lion King' –sharing his secret to fulfillment & joy in everyday work & life   LEARN MORE »


Richard Reeves brings a fresh perspective to the urgent issues of gender, masculinity & class in today's society. With deep insights & thought-provoking analysis, Reeves inspires audiences to challenge their assumptions & engage in meaningful dialogue about creating a more equitable & inclusive world.


Books people are talking about . . .


by Maggie Jackson

A revolutionary guide to flourishing in times of flux and angst by harnessing the overlooked power of our uncertainty.

The Friction Project

by Huggy Rao

The definitive guide to eliminating the forces that make it harder, more complicated, or downright impossible to get things done in organizations.

Goodbye Globalization

by Elisabeth Braw

A bold new account of the state of globalization today—and what its collapse might mean for the world economy.

Doing It All

by Whitney Casares

Discover how to stop doing it all and start doing what matters with this step-by-step guide to beating burnout and thriving as a working mom.

Of Boys and Men

by Richard Reeves

Drawing on years of deep research as well as his personal experience as a father of three sons, Reeves offers a compelling diagnosis of the problems of boys and men- as well as a bold set of solutions.

The Talk

by Darrin Bell

Through evocative illustrations and sharp humor, Bell examines how The Talk shaped intimate and public moments from childhood to adulthood.