• Photo by twinsfisch on Unsplash
    Photo by twinsfisch on Unsplash
    How to Remain Professional at Your Home Office

    It’s an open secret that The New Yorker is one of our favorite magazines. Sometimes, however, the great articles are just the beginning of a learning path. For example, when it comes to the improvement…

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    Photo by Jorge Zapata on Unsplash
    Gut Feelings VS “Rational” Calculations

    Do years of individual experience overpower more sophisticated models of judging when it comes to real-world decision making?

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    This 5 min. read saves you up to 10 hours
    For your knowledge advantage, we put together the most actionable insights from 2 getAbstract summaries (2 books with a total of 496 pages) on this topic. If you did this work yourself, you would be busy for at least 591 minutes (about 10 hours). Learn more.

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  • “I’m Resurrecting Thinking”
    “I’m Resurrecting Thinking”

    In his book Open to Think, Dan Pontefract offers strategies for cutting through the clutter, thinking more clearly and making better decisions. His prescription: be more deliberate with your time.

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    Photo by C. Cagnin from Pexels
    “The job is to make your salesperson the hero, not to be the hero”

    Sales coach Mike Weinberg says too many sales managers waste their time in corporate meetings unrelated to their core goal of driving revenue. And they’re not following up on their main task, which is making…

  • "Many people are underestimating the pace and scope of change and aren’t thinking correctly about how it will appear this time." (Richard Baldwin; Photo by Tmi Kimmo Räisänen)
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    “Almost everyone’s job will be changed by this.”

    Economist and bestselling author Richard Baldwin believes that many business leaders and politicians continue to grossly underestimate the impact of digital change. Here, he explains how to position yourself correctly in competition with “Globots.”

  • To Thrive In Modern Economy, Forget Doing Things the Old Way
    To Thrive In Modern Economy, Forget Doing Things the Old Way

    During his business career, Lars Kolind was group chairman of Grundfos, the world’s largest manufacturer of water pumps. It might sound like a staid business, but this role led Kolind to groundbreaking epiphanies.