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John Hagel
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I live and work on the edge - the views are breathtaking, the experiences deep and satisfying and the learning is limitless.
I live and work on the edge - the views are breathtaking, the experiences deep and satisfying and the learning is limitless.

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I've been suggesting for years that training programs are becoming increasingly marginal to learning - great framework by Harold Jarche highlighting social learning is very consistent with our recent research on business practices to accelerate learning
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Maybe it's time that we stop blaming social media "echo chambers" and start reflecting on ourselves and what we are really seeking - perhaps we need to cultivate a greater willingness to move beyond our comfort zone
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One great mind, Freeman Dyson, engages with the latest book by another great mind, Geoffrey West, and the opportunity is to synthesize their differing perspectives to gain even greater insight - I happen to think they are both right
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“Our objective is we want you to die young as old as possible” - Bob Hariri, a pioneer in regenerative medicine, discusses the opportunity to harness the human body’s natural regenerative powers
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RIP Milos Forman, a talented and passionate movie director, who delighted in portraying people on the edge resisting conformity and bravely doing battle with the establishment
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There's growing skepticism about the concept of learning styles. To me, the more fundamental question is: are you passionate about the domain? If you are, you'll find a way to learn and, more importantly, to apply that learning for impact
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Learning from nature: Driven by discovery of a bacterium that had naturally evolved to eat plastic at a waste dump, scientists have created a mutant enzyme that breaks down plastic drinks bottles enabling full recycling of bottles
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We've had brain balls for a few years but there was a problem - they had no heart. Vascularization is a crucial next step in the bioengineering of complex human brain tissue - we're on our way to growing brains. Watch out!
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Let's take a moment to honor Samina Sindhu, an eight month pregnant woman who dared to say "no" in a patriarchal society that does not tolerate "no" from a woman - and who paid the ultimate price for her bravery
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As always, wisdom requires balance - yes, our bodies are a collection of cells competing for survival but they are also platforms for extraordinary collaboration in an effort to live as long as possible
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