I saw this once before. Blew my mind then. They’ve since updated it. I’m still in awe.
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Yesterday on June 13, 2013, The Verge’s Brian Bishop published a story with the provocative headline “Steven Spielberg and George Lucas predict ‘massive implosion’ in film industry”. The article covers a panel discussion held at the University of Southern California by directors George Lucas and Steven Speilberg and Microsoft’s President of Interactive Entertainment Don Mattrick. Quickly, their predictions include $50-100 trips to high-end movie theaters, diversification of content on television, and an indie emphasis on publishing content directly to the internet first. Similar concepts were echoed in our interview with director Amanda Bluglass. We recommend reading The Verge article.
As a leader, would you rather be the epitome of strength and competence or warmth and sympathy? Traditional thought says if you can’t be both, it’s better to be feared than loved. A recent article in the Harvard Business Review by Amy J.C. Cuddy, Matthew Kohut, and John Neffinger challenges this notion.