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    Three elements to focus on.



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    Advice for overcoming biased expectations.



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    Yes and no.



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    Dave Ulrich, professor at the University of Michigan Ross School of Business, argues today’s companies need to replace old hierarchical models with he calls a “market-oriented ecosystem.” From research at Alibaba, Google, Huawei, Supercell, and others, he shows the impressive results of orienting teams and processes toward market opportunities. Ulrich is the coauthor, along with Tencent senior advisor Arthur Yeung, of “Reinventing the Organization: How Companies Can Deliver Radically Greater Value in Fast-Changing Markets.”



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    A study of 1,000 early-career scientists.



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    Accelerating the success of female funders and founders



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    Here’s what it means for sales teams.



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    Harvard Business School professors John Deighton and Jeffrey Rayport discuss how two former public radio producers launch the Gimlet Media podcast network, entering the last frontier of digital media. How can they turn a content supplier into a disruptive platform?



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    It’ll benefit your workforce, your company, and your community.



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  • 10/01/19--10:33: Introducing Season 3
  • In a world of overwhelming choices, being decisive is harder and more important than ever. In the new season of FOMO Sapiens, Patrick J. McGinnis speaks with a diverse and fascinating set of leaders in business, politics, and culture about how they make decisions in their busy lives. In doing so, he uncovers the answer to a fundamental question: How can you find the power to choose what you actually want and the courage to miss out on the rest?



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    Exhaustion shouldn’t be a badge of honor.



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    Give customers the chance to evaluate you at exactly the right moment.



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    Tony Blair, former Prime Minister of the UK, joins Azeem Azhar in conversation about how the technology industry and policy makers can work together to amplify their potential to serve the public good. Regulating big tech, as Blair explains, is only a small part of the solution in a necessary effort to transform our society and economy for the exponential age.



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    After Hours is back for Season 3! Youngme, Felix, and Mihir debate which of the Big Tech companies (Apple, Facebook, Amazon, or Google) had the best/worst summer, before digging into the WeWork saga.



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    Retaining knowledge is just as important as learning it.



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    It’s much more than teaching executives social media.



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    Full-time jobs aren’t the only way to be successful.



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    Don’t make yours more ambitious than it needs to be.



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    Dr. David Fajgenbaum has almost died five times from Castleman disease, a group of rare and deadly disorders of the lymph nodes. This led him to co-founding and managing the Castleman Disease Collaborative Network (CDCN) — a research collective to disrupt the broken, disorganized approach to disease research.



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    Signaling collaboration can lead to a more positive outcome.



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