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Firstest with the mostest – What the world has learned about facing covid-19 | Briefing | The Economist

Some [cases of covid-19], such as that of a New York lawyer and his family, have no obvious connection to any of the four high-incidence countries, strongly suggesting that there are what epidemiologists call silent chains of transmission in the country. In a population without measures in place to control such chains, a single undiagnosed…

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We think these successive career waves can provide greater opportunities for employees to achieve ikigai

Quote from The Technology Fallacy (Management on the Cutting Edge): This need to continually pivot to the next possible career wave also has another implication—the need and/or the ability for employees to chart their own course of career exploration with passion. By passion, we don’t necessarily mean an overriding and long-term desire for a specific…

Both help address major risks that face early-stage companies: market risk (that you can reach customers in a sustainable way) and product risk (that customers want what you’re building). Pursuing both traction and product in parallel will increase your chances of success by both developing a product for which you can actually get traction and…

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“In many ways, full-time work doesn’t “need” to exist now. If people were content with the standard of living as it was one hundred years ago, they would need to work only about seventeen weeks per year. Instead, people work harder and adapt their skill sets to improve their quality of life.”

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When respondents reported that their organizations provide them with the resources and opportunities to thrive in a digital environment, 72 percent of them said that their digital initiatives were successful. When respondents said their company did not provide them with opportunities and resources, however, only 24 percent reported successful digital initiatives.

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Unless you have a good sense of where you are heading, your short-term objectives could lead you in the wrong direction. Deloitte’s John Hagel laments that most companies don’t look far enough ahead when thinking about digital strategy. Instead of the one- to three-year time frame that most companies use for digital strategy, Hagel advocates…