Merriam-Webster declares 'they' its 2019 word of the year https://t.co/nOeX5dNxm6
Someone left a heartfelt note in an airport breast-feeding pod. Now there are thousands like it across the country… https://t.co/hOepKw6rP8
Tech's new labor unrest - Axios https://t.co/lNvA9Ft6Yi
Commentary: The Questions Companies Should Ask Themselves to Prepare for a New Era of Business | Fortune https://t.co/6L1hVIp3zC
‘OK Boomer’: Trying to Trademark a Meme - The New York Times https://t.co/YgTC962oxp
Ugly Fashion Is Big Business | Intelligence | BoF https://t.co/ujciZ68EGZ
Warby Parker is launching its own line of contact lenses https://t.co/Jln6CR1rq3
New @harrispoll data finds nearly half of Americans (46%) do not know diabetes creates a greater risk for kidney fa… https://t.co/WFNRJnjqmS
The streaming wars are here. Our Wall Street Journal-Harris Poll survey show viewers will spend $44/mo on streaming… https://t.co/1IL5kdiSS0
More than half of 11 year-olds have a smartphone! https://t.co/2iE0Muzw2t
Agents and developers have discovered the power of pot to boost luxury home sales. https://t.co/zlyo1wZh5L
Feel Like You’re the Only One at Whole Foods Buying Your Own Groceries? Possibly. - WSJ https://t.co/biuYiDvB6u
Survey: Number of kids watching online videos soars https://t.co/5A13jAIUPQ
About John Gerzema

John Gerzema is CEO of The Harris Poll, a leading public opinion, market research, corporate, brand and reputation strategy firm. John is a pioneer in the use of data to identify social change and help leaders and organizations anticipate and adapt to new trends and demands. An author, strategist, speaker and consultant, his books are on the bestseller and critics ‘best of’ lists of The New York Times, WSJ, Washington Post, Bloomberg, and Fast Co and his writing and interviews have appeared in NYT, NPR, Forbes, San Francisco Chronicle, Quartz, McKinsey, HBR, WIRED among others. An expert in leadership and social change, John was named among the “Top Management Articles of the Decade” by Strategy & Business and his TED talks are widely viewed.

 

As a Distinguished Fellow with The Athena Center for Leadership at Barnard, he is an advocate for Women and Girls and serves as a board advisor to The U.N Foundation’s Girl Up Campaign, University of The People and The National Kidney Foundation. John is among “The Top 100 Thought Leaders in Trustworthy Business” and “Must-Follow Marketing Minds on Twitter” by Forbes. He presented gender inequality findings in the media and workplace at The World Economic Forum in Davos and designed an analytic model with The Wharton School for U.S. News & World Report “Best Countries” rankings.

 

In 2015, John was named to The Medill Hall of Achievement at Northwestern’s Medill School of Journalism. His latest book with Pulitzer-Prize winner Michael D’Antonio ––The Athena Doctrine: How Women (And The Men Who Think Like Them) Will Rule the Future, explores the rise of feminine skills and competencies and their impact on leadership, policy and innovation. Tom Peters says, “The Athena Doctrine is a powerful book. Extraordinary research. Great storytelling. A message both timely and of monumental importance.”

 

John previously served as Global Chief Insights Officer at Young & Rubicam and CEO of WPP’s BAV Consulting.

 

Read about John on wikipedia | to ask John to speak www.brightsightgroup.com | @johngerzema

 

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