"The more pain a strategy extracts from you, the less likely you are to stick with it"
Tobias Carlisle reveals his deep value investing magic formula
"Most companies, if not all, use some kind of tricks to smooth out earnings"
The guru of forensic accounting, Howard Schilit, on the games companies play
"Companies that maximise per share value, even if they don't grow will be great bets"
Bill Nygren is the rare value manager to have identified the potential in tech stocks quite early
"To make this market exuberant enough for a bust will take considerably higher prices"
GMO’s co-founder and stoic polymath, Jeremy Grantham strongly believes in emerging markets
"Overconfidence Is Extremely Costly. Keeping Track Of Decisions Is The Way To Cure It"
Chicago Booth Professor Richard Thaler on behavioural bias that affects corporate decisions
"Once we get over all this macho 'I can do everything on my own' nonsense, Life is much better"
Executive Coach Marshall Goldsmith says leaders who get better have courage, humility and discipline
"Engines of 'influence' work exactly the way power flows when you flip a switch"
Psychologist and the 'Godfather of Influence', Robert Cialdini, shares vital marketing insights
"Get deep into the idea, both from a contrarian and supportive view"
CEO Ryan Smith attributes Qualtrics’ success to the painful iterations every idea was put through
"You want to see a business model that makes sense now; it is hard to change later on"
Former fighter pilot Paul Madera of Meritech Capital Partners on what works and what doesn’t when it comes to start-ups
"I like to hire really strong people and let them do their thing"
Analytics mogul, Jim Goodnight talks about SAS’ culture, machine learning, and much more
A collection of interviews of global thought leaders, practitioners and market mavens