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10 Great Ideas that Were Originally Rejected, And How to Prevent It

10 Great Ideas that Were Originally Rejected, And How to Prevent It | @liminno | Scoop.it
History has shown us that a lot of wise people haven’t been able to recognize the potential of a great idea:

"This 'telephone' has too many shortcomings to be seriously considered as a means of communication. The device is inherently of no value to us." Western Union internal memo dated 1876.


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Le futur du lieu de travail en 5 tendances

Le futur du lieu de travail en 5 tendances | @liminno | Scoop.it
Le bureau évolu de façon spectaculaire pour répondre à l’arrivée des Millennials sur le marché de l’emploi et aux dernières pratiques générées pa
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Why Smaller Teams Are Better Than Larger Ones

Why Smaller Teams Are Better Than Larger Ones | @liminno | Scoop.it
This is going to be a two part post. In this first part I want to share research that I have come across around why smaller teams are better than larger ones.
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The “Do Something” Mindset (The Power of Practicing More) – The Mission

The “Do Something” Mindset (The Power of Practicing More) – The Mission | @liminno | Scoop.it
“For the things we have to learn before we can do them, we learn by doing them.” ― Aristotle
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10 Scientific "Breakthroughs" That Don't Stand Up to Scientific Scrutiny

10 Scientific "Breakthroughs" That Don't Stand Up to Scientific Scrutiny | @liminno | Scoop.it
Does smiling make you happier? These and many other popular claims in psychology are not standing up to scrutiny. Here's what that means for science.

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Co-working spaces can benefit corporations as well as startups

Co-working spaces can benefit corporations as well as startups | @liminno | Scoop.it
"Co-working is not just for freelancers and startups," the white paper finds. "More and more corporations have already started to realise that co-working offers great potential for fostering innovation."

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How Complaining Rewires Your Brain for Negativity

How Complaining Rewires Your Brain for Negativity | @liminno | Scoop.it
Here are 4 simple ways to stop your complaining.

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Study: Empathy promotes altruistic behavior in economic interactions by Olga M. Klimecki

Study: Empathy promotes altruistic behavior in economic interactions by Olga M. Klimecki | @liminno | Scoop.it

What are the determinants of altruism? While economists assume that altruism is mainly driven by fairness norms, social psychologists consider empathy to be a key motivator for altruistic behavior.

 

To unite these two theories, we conducted an experiment in which we compared behavior in a standard economic game that assesses altruism (the so-called Dictator Game) with a Dictator Game in which participants’ behavioral choices were preceded either by an empathy induction or by a control condition without empathy induction. The results of this within-subject manipulation show that the empathy induction substantially increased altruistic behavior.

 

Moreover, the increase in experienced empathy predicted over 40% of the increase in sharing behavior. These data extend standard economic theories that altruism is based on fairness considerations, by showing that empathic feelings can be a key motivator for altruistic behavior in economic interactions.

 

 


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Innovation Needs To Shift From Disrupting Markets To Tackling Grand Challenges

Innovation Needs To Shift From Disrupting Markets To Tackling Grand Challenges | @liminno | Scoop.it
When Steve Jobs was trying to lure John Sculley to be Apple’s CEO in the early 1980’s, he asked him, “Do you want to sell sugar water for the rest of your life, or do you want to come with me and change the world?” Sculley would achieve little at Apple, but Jobs would later make it the most valuable company on the planet.


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“Intégrer la Complexité est la Clé du Progrès”

“Intégrer la Complexité est la Clé du Progrès” | @liminno | Scoop.it
Aujourd’hui, notre foi dans le progrès vacille. Une crise qui fait sourire Joël de Rosnay, biologiste de formation, spécialiste des origines du vivant.
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Learn, Unlearn And Relearn: How To Stay Current And Get Ahead - Forbes

Learn, Unlearn And Relearn: How To Stay Current And Get Ahead - Forbes | @liminno | Scoop.it
To succeed today you must be in a constant state of adaptation – continually unlearning old ‘rules’ and relearning new ones. That requires continually questioning assumptions about how things work, challenging old paradigms, and ‘relearning’ what is now relevant in your job, your industry, your career and your life.

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Five Tips for Teens: How to Make Your Idea into an Invention

Five Tips for Teens: How to Make Your Idea into an Invention | @liminno | Scoop.it
here are my five pieces of advice for would-be tinkerers on how to get your first prototype, or any project or goal you have in life, started and how to get it done. And consider checking out my YouTube channel to get more practical advice for would-be student inventors.

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Nous n'avons pas besoin d'innovation managériale - Laurent Marbacher

Depuis que l’entreprise libérée est devenue en France un des mouvements les plus inspirants pour transformer les entreprises, j’observe qu’il règne encore une certaine confusion sur ses tenants et ses aboutissants.
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Theory U and Theory T

Thoughts on the 50th anniversary of one of the most influential contributions to management theory.

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We Have Not Failed, We Have Learnt

We Have Not Failed, We Have Learnt | @liminno | Scoop.it
After 10 years exploring the world, growing through unusual
jobs, connecting deeply with strangers, I experienced a cultural shock when
I joined a large, old, scientific company. First, I tried to cope. Then, I
tried to change a few things. It didn't always work as hoped, but it was
definitely instructive.

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Small Team Collaboration: Why two heads are worse than one

Small Team Collaboration: Why two heads are worse than one | @liminno | Scoop.it
Learn the concrete strategies managers can use to harness the power of small team collaboration to boost productivity and accomplish goals faster.
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25 inspiring examples of industrial design

25 inspiring examples of industrial design | @liminno | Scoop.it
These ingenious examples of industrial design all combine aesthetic appeal with creative problem-solving.

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Poland unveils glowing bright blue bike lane that's charged by the sun

Poland unveils glowing bright blue bike lane that's charged by the sun | @liminno | Scoop.it
Poland just unveiled an amazing new bike path that glows bright blue at night! The path near Lidzbark Warminski is illuminated by phosphor, a synthetic material that lights up after it’s charged by sunlight. Studio Roosegaarde’s Starry Night bike lane inspired TPA Instytut Badań Technicznych Sp. z o.o to create the glowing bike path.

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What Makes A Great Culture -- And Why Do People Care?

What Makes A Great Culture -- And Why Do People Care? | @liminno | Scoop.it

How many people do you know who seem to have an amazing job and workplace…but are still miserable every day? Their office is brand new—beautiful, tall-ceilinged, spick-and-span. They’ve got coffee and juices and gym memberships at their fingertips (at no cost, of course), and an on-site masseuse or childcare specialist. They may even have unlimited vacation time or work-from-home days. Yet, something is off. Even though the office is saturated with top-of-the-line perks, something is missing—a spark that could inspire them to truly love what they do.

 

That missing spark, as you probably know, comes down to culture. Organizations with great cultures provide certain benefits that perks-saturated workplaces can’t deliver. These are the things that build the kind of workplaces that inspire loyalty, happiness, health, and greatness. And they’re not usually things that break the bank, either. Keep reading to discover the top traits, we’ve found, that make a great culture—along with examples from businesses that embody each one. Has your organization embraced them yet?


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Perks, cool work spaces, and free lunch are awesome. But, what really makes great cultures are the intangible things—the attitudes, the relationships, and understanding of a shared vision.

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Perks, cool work spaces, and free lunch are awesome. But, what really makes great cultures are the intangible things—the attitudes, the relationships, and understanding of a shared vision.

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On Being Wrong

On Being Wrong | @liminno | Scoop.it

Most of us will do anything to avoid being wrong. But what if we're wrong about that? "Wrongologist" Kathryn Schulz makes a compelling case for not just admitting but embracing our fallibility.


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Kathryn Schulz is a staff writer for the New Yorker and is the author of "Being Wrong: Adventures in the Margin of Error."

 

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Kathryn Schulz is a staff writer for the New Yorker and is the author of "Being Wrong: Adventures in the Margin of Error."

 

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A Harvard psychologist reveals the biggest reason people don’t achieve their goals

A Harvard psychologist reveals the biggest reason people don’t achieve their goals | @liminno | Scoop.it
Having big goals is important, but even more important is realizing that big changes happen incrementally.
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Having big goals is important, but even more important is realizing that big changes happen incrementally.
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Une révolution scientifique : cette carte du cerveau humain est d’une précision incroyable

Une révolution scientifique : cette carte du cerveau humain est d’une précision incroyable | @liminno | Scoop.it
Le cerveau est l’organe le plus développé du corps humain, et le plus difficile à étudier. Mais une nouveauté devrait considérablement augmenter les con
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The Paradox of Deeper Learning: The Unlearning Curve

The Paradox of Deeper Learning: The Unlearning Curve | @liminno | Scoop.it





Deep learning means that students may initially learn more while they understand less, writes Sam Dyson.


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Lessons On Designing For Creativity From 16 Of The World's Coolest Offices

Lessons On Designing For Creativity From 16 Of The World's Coolest Offices | @liminno | Scoop.it
The book The Creative Workplace collects the offices of creative studios designed for individual creativity in a public space.
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Understanding Servant Leadership - Ken Blanchard 

Understanding Servant Leadership - Ken Blanchard  | @liminno | Scoop.it
I’m spending a lot of time lately thinking and writing about servant leadership. Although much has been said and written about the topic, I still run into people who don’t quite understand the concept. They tend to think it is about the inmates running the prison, or a leader who tries to please everyone, or…

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