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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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An interesting account of the leadership approach of Tim Reed at MYOB where he cites the strategies of trajectory that I have written about as an influence in changing his way of thinking about strategy
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As we spend more of our lives online, we need to recognize that we are sprinkling digital breadcrumbs that can be traced back to us - and that doesn't even address the growing use of sensors to track us in physical space
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Shenzhen is a city built on exceptions - I first visited it when it was still a small village in 1982 and have watched its exponential growth into a city of the future. There's a lot to learn here
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It turns out that CRISPR is a powerful search engine that can be used to detect bacteria, viruses, and even genetic mutations that cause disease, and make diagnosis easier
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Apparently, a book that I wrote over 20 years ago inspired Khalid Al Madani to come up with an intriguing notion for the Book of Directors, a new kind of platform to help us learn faster
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What does your Facebook network reveal about how you use your brain? Providing access to wider and more diverse networks of social ties may fundamentally change the way people use their brains when making day-to-day decisions
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We're heading into a bot vs. bot world, which hopefully will be a catalyst for all of us to reflect on what it really means to be human
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As long as we continue to cultivate curiosity, awe and love, we will get younger and younger
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For a long time, it was believed that as we aged, the connections in the brain became fixed, and then simply faded. Research has shown in fact the brain never stops changing through learning. Plasticity is the capacity of the brain to change with learning
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Is the human mind blind to what's going on around it or is it creative and generative? An interesting re-interpretation of the famous video psychology experiment involving basketball players and a gorilla
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