Knowledge Management in the Digital Age

The Talent Squared Record Label has a vision to unleash the work of leading academics in a way that has never been done before, and to disrupt the status quo in the delivery of excellence in education.

We recruit the best minds in academia and work with them to repurpose their work as audiovisual content. This content, recorded as individual tracks, becomes the building blocks for albums which Talent Squared will continue to produce under the academic artist’s name over the course of their career. Lectures become albums, courses develop into playlists and academic research gains new life in sound and vision. 

Who then can benefit from cutting-edge perspectives developed from years of research within the best institutions?


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Six renowned academics on globally-relevant themes.

“Knowledge shared is knowledge squared.


Alex Edman
on Leadership & CSR

For a business, profit is important but profit is not why you exist.

Alex Edmans is Professor of Finance at London Business School and Academic Director of the Centre for Corporate Governance. Alex graduated from Oxford University and then worked for Morgan Stanley in investment banking (London) and fixed income sales and trading (New York). After a PhD in Finance from MIT Sloan as a Fulbright Scholar, he joined Wharton in 2007 and was tenured in 2013 shortly before moving to LBS.

Arno Scharl on Big data technologies & semantics

What role will data technologies play in future scenarios?

Arno Scharl is the Managing Partner of webLyzard technology and a Professor of Information System at Modul University Vienna’s Research Center for New Media Technology. Prior to his current appointments, he held professorships at the University of Western Australia and Graz University of Technology and was a Visiting Fellow at the University of California at Berkeley. 

Chandran Kukathas on Immigration

I want to persuade you that we need to rethink immigration.

Professor Chandran Kukathas is Dean and Lee Kong Chian Chair Professor of Political Science at School of Social Sciences, Singapore Management University. He was Head, Department of Government at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) from 2015 to 2019. Chandran was Neal A. Maxwell Professor of Political Theory, Public Policy and Public Service at the University of Utah and has taught at the University of New South Wales, Oxford University and the Australian National University.

Jacqueline McGlade
on Sustainable development and communities

No one truly understood what the pandemic meant for the planet.

Jacqueline McGlade is a British-born Canadian marine biologist and environmental informatics professor. Her research concerns the spatial and non-linear dynamics of ecosystems, climate change and scenario development. She is currently professor of resilience and sustainable development at the University College London Institute for Global Prosperity and Faculty of Engineering, UK, and professor at Strathmore University in the Institute for Public Policy and Governance, Kenya. She was Executive Director of the European Environment Agency from 2003 to 2013.

Gillian Bowser
on Sustainability and citizen science

To recalibrate, we should start with the current vision of sustainability.

Dr. Gillian Bowser has dedicated her career to demonstrating that everyone can be a scientist, and empowering one citizen scientist at a time to join the fight against climate change. Dr. Bowser is a wildlife ecologist and associate professor at Colorado State University’s Natural Resource Ecology Lab. She has participated in the UN Framework on Climate Change Convention (UNFCCC) and as an American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Science and Diplomacy Fellow with the U.S. Department of State Office of Marine Conservation.

Marcello di Paola
on the Anthropocene

We can consider re-engineering some of the concepts that we live by.

Marcello Di Paola is an environmental philosopher and political theorist. He is a researcher at the University of Palermo and an adjunct professor of environmental and global studies at Loyola University Chicago JFRC, in Rome. He works on the ethics, politics, and aesthetics of the Anthropocene, climate ethics, the philosophy of gardens and plants, outer space philosophy, and the philosophy of meaning in life.

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