Does the Internet provide an unlimited amount of freedom or is it really an illusion and are we less free than we were before the birth of the World Wide Web? Continue reading Nicholas Carr: The World Wide Cage
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Technology can help you read more in less time. The question is if that is actually helpful or are these innovations hurting your comprehension? Continue reading ToDoist : Read Less. Learn More.
Google is a strong believer of gathering data and keep on analysing and learning. Their HR department has been researching what makes teams succesful Continue reading New York Times: What Google Learned From Its Quest to Build the Perfect Team
Innovation isn’t all hard work or dumb luck: It’s about paying attention. Continue reading New York Times: How to Cultivate the Art of Serendipity
Research into Scarcity and the perception of not having enough (money, time, attention) shows adverse effects on cognitive skills and human capabilities to deal Continue reading Harvard Magazine: The Science of Scarcity
Through a series of stories, Cleese spoke of the importance of succumbing to the unconscious mind, two key traits possessed by highly successful creative people, the necessity of allowing for contemplative thinking, and why all of these together result in creative breakthroughs. Continue reading Fast Co.Create: 4 Lessons in creativity from John Cleese
At many leading-edge enterprises, a new form of organization is emerging-one that is simultaneously innovative and efficient, agile and scalable. It is a way of working that focuses on knowledge production. Continue reading HBR: Building a Collaborative Enterprise
The Internet is a valuable source of information. According to Nicholas Carr there is a dark side: the Internet makes us dumber and unable to think deeply. Continue reading Nicholas Carr: Does the Internet Make You Dumber?
Is management or business administration really a science? Or is most of the management literature just waste of time? Continue reading The Atlantic: The Management Myth