Yes, she's my daughter and yes, she's awesome. But what struck me recently was how she learns to do things - solve a Rubik's cube, play golf, play the cello - in ways that still elude people inside big companies. She naturally works out loud, focuses on getting better instead of competing, and joins communities of practice to share learning. By doing so, she's more effective more quickly at doing things she wants to do.
Companies can learn a lot from 9 year olds.