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    Charles Duhigg is a Pulitzer Prize–winning investigative reporter for The New York Times and the author of “The Power of Habit” and “Smarter Faster Better." He has extensively researched what makes people productive, and determined that one key trait is their ability to "build mental models."

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    Creativity at Work

    Learn how Vice President for Design & Special Projects at Nike Tinker Hatfield, Astronomer Lucianne Walkowicz, Entrepreneur Jesse Itzler and others bring creativity to work every day.

    Linda Cohn
    Anchor, ESPN; Host, “The SportsCenter Podcast”
    Charles Duhigg
    New York Times Reporter; Author, “Smarter Faster Better”
    Jesse Itzler
    Author, Endurance Athlete & Entrepreneur
    Tinker Hatfield
    Vice President of Creative Concepts, Nike
    Lucianne Walkowicz
    Astronomer, Adler Planetarium
    Billie Whitehouse
    Founder & CEO, Wearable Experiments

    Whether you’re a CEO or an intern, your ability to thrive is tied to your ingenuity and adaptability, regardless of your field. You don’t have to be an astronomer or a musician for creativity to play a huge role in fueling your success at work. Learn how some of the most influential and imaginative leaders from industries ranging from broadcasting to clothing design have changed their respective fields—and the world—for the better.