When a major meetings industry event gave a platform to an acclaimed author who subsequently resigned for falsifying quotes, it raised questions for every meeting planner—this could have happened at any conference. Jonah Lehrer, the opening keynote speaker at MPI’s 2012 World Education Congress, came with great credentials. He’d majored in neuroscience, written three books, contributed to Wiredmagazine and National Public Radio’s Radiolab, ...

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