Bridging the knowledge gap in a changing world, how leaders stay relevant, and the method behind Roger Federer’s magic
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We need new frameworks and approaches to re-think strategy and how it should be formulated and taught in this new age. That’s what I learnt from my recent personal learning journey.
The job of a customer service executive is not just to solve a problem, but also to ensure that the problems don't repeat ever again
The best books of 2019 (so far) on finding people with unique strengths, coaching, productive meetings, and bad bosses
Entrepreneurs operate in an environment where consumers want the best a capitalist society can offer, but insist on protectionism of the kind only a socialist system confers
Uber got away because it was funded by private equity. But what about Tata Steel and ITC? What cloak do they wear to get away from scrutiny?
Re-discovering two mental models that humans have used to learn
The digitisation wave and Andy Grove’s strategic inflection points, Clayton Christensen on understanding the customer’s jobs to be done, disruptive technologies, optimising board composition in the digital era, and understanding “phygital”
Naresh Goyal’s miscalculations, how technology amplifies human bias and what makes entrepreneurs entrepreneurial
This Week in Disruptive Tech
April 06, 2019: A roundup of news and perspective on disruptive technology. In this issue: Tech’s complicated relationship with government; robots, drones and anti-drones; and environmentally cool food