Innovative Technology That Enables Talent

Jim Wilson is the Managing Director of Thought Leadership & Technology Research at Accenture Research. Jim speaks to business audiences worldwide, is a long-time contributor to the Harvard Business Review and has been cited as one of the top 50 Business Innovators by CODEX.

Technology has evolved from device intelligence to data intelligence (big data) to now the new stage of a more human-centric approach where the user/worker’s needs, wants and biases are being taken into account to make technology easier to deploy and more of an equal partner. That’s the progression Jim Wilson champions in this book and on-air conversation. Covid-19 ushered in not only a host of human behavior changes, e.g., hybrid work arrangements and the Great Resignation, the pandemic also spurred the Great Acceleration as companies rushed to adopt technology that will transform their business practices. How to do so in a way that will democratize technology, empowering employees and rewarding customers along the way, is the challenge that Wilson addresses here. After all, technology innovations that don’t also safeguard and enhance trust will instead create “algorithm aversion,” and undercut the promise of how technology can benefit companies, societies and individuals alike.

Images of author James Wilson and his new book titled "Radically Human: How New Technology Is Transforming Business and Shaping Our Future" (co-Authored by Paul R Daugherty) for Dan Hill's EQ Spotlight Podcast, episode number 118 titled "Innovative Technology That Enables Talent". Available on the "NewBooks Network" Podcast.

Dan Hill, PhD, is the author of ten books and leads Sensory Logic, Inc. (  His newest book is Emotionomics 2.0: The Emotional Dynamics Underlying Key Business Goals. To check out his related “Dan Hill’s EQ Spotlight” blog, visit

The Emotion Revolution

“On or around December 1910, human character changed,” Virginia Woolf memorably wrote, citing the rise of Modernism. Take things ahead a century, and now Leonard Mdlodinow says the ability of neuroscientists to trace the connectivity of neurons has led to another striking advancement in intellectual life. From the 1980s until 2010, psychologists and neuroscientists were both appreciating and refining the concept of emotions as inherited from Charles Darwin. Since then, what emotions are and how they operate has undergone a conceptual revolution. In this episode, Mlodinow outlines how scientists today focus on emotions as functional agents, thoroughly enmeshed in how we selectively perceive and adapt to the circumstances we find ourselves in. One tangible example of the revolution: now we know that childhood can literally change our DNA as we react and adjust to emotionally-laden experiences that leave their emotional fingerprint on us all.

Released today: episode #91 of my podcast series “Dan Hill’s EQ Spotlight,” featuring Leonard Mlodinow discussing Emotional: How Feelings Shape Our Thinking. Click on to get to the new episode.

Images of Author Leonard Mlodinow and his new book titled "Emotional: How Feelings Shape Our Thinking" for Dan Hill's EQ Spotlight Podcast episode 91. Available on "NewBooks Network."

Leonard Mlodinow received his PhD in theoretical physics from the University of California, Berkeley, was a fellow at the Max Planck Institute, and has been on the faculty at CalTech. His previous, award-winning books include two written with Stephen Hawking, and another written with Deepak Chopra.

Image of NewBooks Network logo and Dan HIll's EQ Spotlight podcast logo

Dan Hill, PhD, is the president of Sensory Logic, Inc. His latest books, available on Amazon are Emotionomics 2.0: The Emotional Dynamics Underlying Key Business Goals and Blah, Blah, Blah: A Snarky Guide to Office Lingo.