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Sep 20, 2019

Why a California Law Could Impact the Future of the Gig Economy
Experts say a new law expected to go into effect in California could transform a number of industries that reduce costs by relying on independent contractors.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 20, 2019

How Trendsetters Shaped India's Massive Sanitation Campaign
Five years ago, India took on the audacious target of eliminating open defecation by October 2019. A study by Penn researchers explores the role of change agents in trying to reach that goal.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 19, 2019

The ‘Trust Deficit' at the Heart of the GM Strike
Striking GM workers are seeking to win back concessions the UAW made to the automaker during the Great Recession. But it will be tough for the two sides to come together, experts said.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 19, 2019

The GM Strike: What Are the Mounting Costs?
Striking GM workers are seeking to win back concessions the UAW made to the automaker during the Great Recession. But it will be tough for the two sides to come together, experts said.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 19, 2019

Hate Broccoli? Why Your DNA Might Be to Blame
Why does one person love broccoli but another hate it? Your DNA has something to do with it, according to a new book by Indiana University professor Bill Sullivan.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 19, 2019

Chinese Investments in Africa: Four Anti-corruption Trends to Watch
U.S. enforcement authorities are increasingly targeting corrupt practices among Chinese companies in Africa. Four trends are worth watching, notes this opinion piece.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 19, 2019

Why Being a Celebrity Is Big Business
In her new book, Columbia University professor Sharon Marcus traces the history of celebrity culture and shows how the biggest stars stay relevant by learning how to manipulate the media of their day.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 19, 2019

The Dangers of Vaping: Making the Case for Tighter Regulation
New research from Penn Medicine shows that just one instance of non-nicotine vaping stresses blood vessels, highlighting the need for more regulation of the sector.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 17, 2019

Are Negative Interest Rates on the Way in the U.S.?
The U.S. could be headed for negative interest rate territory. Experts from Wharton and Michigan State University discuss the implications for the U.S. economy.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 17, 2019

Are Negative Interest Rates on the Way?
The U.S. could be headed for negative interest rate territory. Experts from Wharton and Michigan State University discuss the implications for the U.S. economy.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 17, 2019

How a New Startup Aims to Use AI to ‘Amplify Humanity'
With $50 million in seed funding, former Infosys CEO Vishal Sikka's new venture -- Vianai -- seeks to harness artificial intelligence as a force multiplier to tackle some of our biggest problems.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 17, 2019

How Can Data Analytics Drive Innovation?
New Wharton research examines whether decentralized or centralized organizations are better at using data analytics to innovate.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 17, 2019

How Data Analytics Can Drive Innovation
New Wharton research examines whether decentralized or centralized organizations are better at using data analytics to innovate.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 16, 2019

Curbing Climate Change: 30 Solutions That Could Make an Impact
A new report by experts at the University of Pennsylvania offers solution-oriented proposals for tackling climate change at the federal, state and local levels.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 16, 2019

What's Next for the Digital Living Room?
Fueled by a leap in broadband adoption and the advent of mobile devices and digital assistants, the digital living room is no longer a TV-centric area in the home. But it also still isn't the unified and open ecosystem consumers want.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 13, 2019

Responding to Natural Disasters: Is There a Better Way?
What can governments and non-governmental organizations do to better prepare for, and aid countries in the recovery from, devastating storms? The heads of two NGOs weigh in.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 12, 2019

What Will It Take to Rescue Argentina's Economy?
If he wins in October, presidential hopeful Alberto Fernandez is best positioned to introduce long-term economic reforms in Argentina, say experts.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 12, 2019

How to Be an Effective Organizational Maverick
What makes for good mavericks in business? They leave their ego out of it and contribute based on facts, notes this opinion piece.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 11, 2019

Why Most Leadership Skills Are Learned
Former Aetna CEO Ron Williams draws on his years of management experience to offer leadership advice in his new book.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 11, 2019

Is Your Company Socially Responsible?
Corporate social responsibility is taking center stage as consumers care more about which firms they patronize. Experts Toby Usnik and Daniel Korschun explain why companies not on board will be left behind.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 10, 2019

Could Increased Immigration Improve the U.S. Economy?
A simulation from the Penn Wharton Budget Model finds that the U.S. could increase both employment and GDP by upping the net flow of immigrants. But political headwinds mean any efforts at reform face a long road ahead.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 10, 2019

Expecting the Unexpected: How Companies Can Prepare Now for Calamities
Wharton's Howard Kunreuther and Michael Useem explain why some firms find creative ways to cope with disasters while others do not.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 10, 2019

Amazon's Shipping Challenges: Will Out-of-the-box Solutions Work?
Torn between unsustainable deliver costs and its strategy of wooing customers with low prices, Amazon will need to rethink its business model to ensure continued growth, say experts.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 10, 2019

Why Partnerships Are the Future for Fintech
As the finance industry grapples with what the next generation of banks and payment systems will look like, it's clear that partnerships are critical for riding the wave of change successfully.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 06, 2019

The Climate Change Debate: Will New Proposals Provide Any Solutions?
Wharton experts discuss climate change proposals from the 2020 presidential candidates.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 05, 2019

Why U.S.-China Supply Chains Are Stronger Than the Trade War
While the trade war between the U.S. and China continues to take its toll, global supply chains provide a "force for reason" in ending the standoff, writes Wharton dean Geoffrey Garrett in this opinion piece.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 05, 2019

Can the ‘Supercharged' Consumer Save Retail?
Digital retailers can reap significant financial benefits from opening physical stores, according to new research from Wharton and Harvard.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 05, 2019

How Highly Diverse Teams Can Help Untangle Complexity
Teams work best -- and fastest -- when they include a highly diverse group of people from all levels across an organization and are based on the right criteria, notes this opinion piece.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 03, 2019

Why the We Company Looks Like the Me Company
Any analysis of WeWork's potential IPO should begin by examining the management and governance structure and how that may impact the company, writes Wharton's David Erickson in this opinion piece.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 03, 2019

Can Cybercriminals Be Stopped?
A new book by journalist and cybersecurity expert Kate Fazzini reveals the true nature of cybercriminals beyond the headlines.

Knowledge@Wharton
Aug 30, 2019

‘Dream the Impossible': Life Lessons from Keshub Mahindra
Keshub Mahindra was at the helm of one of India's top business groups for five decades. Now aged 95, he shares what life has taught him.

Knowledge@Wharton
Aug 30, 2019

Can Artificial Intelligence Help Answer HR's Toughest Questions?
New research from Wharton's Peter Cappelli and Prasanna Tambe points out the promise and pitfalls of using artificial intelligence in human resources, where algorithms can't easily replace human decision-making.

Knowledge@Wharton
Aug 30, 2019

Why Addressing Social Factors Could Improve U.S. Health Care
Successfully addressing social determinants of health -- such as access to food, housing and employment -- could lead to "the greatest opportunity to advance health in our country in a generation," according to one expert.

Knowledge@Wharton
Aug 29, 2019

What Entrepreneurs Need to Know About VCs
In his best-selling book, Scott Kupor, former entrepreneur and now managing partner at VC firm Andreessen Horowitz, offers advice on how founders can understand and engage with VCs.

Knowledge@Wharton
Aug 28, 2019

Growth Leaders vs. Laggards: What Makes the Difference?
Companies that are growth drivers are able to attract, nurture and retain so-called innovation talent, which they support through a work-systems model, say Wharton's George Day and Gregory Shea.

Knowledge@Wharton
Aug 27, 2019

How Fintech Can Make Banking More Inclusive - and Empowering
Fintech has grown in prominence in part due to a promise of greater inclusion and empowerment for historically underrepresented groups. But doing so successfully requires firms to take a holistic approach to building products, teams, algorithms and more.

Knowledge@Wharton
Aug 27, 2019

Data as Currency: What Value Are You Getting?
In the data-as-currency world, generators of data get practically nothing, says MX Technologies' Jane Barratt.

Knowledge@Wharton
Aug 27, 2019

Your Data Is Your Currency: What Value Are You Getting for It?
In the data-as-currency world, generators of data get practically nothing, says MX Technologies' Jane Barratt.

Knowledge@Wharton
Aug 27, 2019

Bye Bye, Barneys? Why Luxury Is the Latest Retail Casualty
Rising commercial rents and the demise of the department store model pose an existential threat to Barneys and other icons of high-end retail.

Knowledge@Wharton
Aug 23, 2019

Is Data Privacy Real? Don't Bet on It
Companies often claim individuals' data can be kept private if personally identifiable information remains hidden. But being anonymous is not easy, say experts from Penn's Warren Center for Network and Data Sciences.

Knowledge@Wharton
Aug 23, 2019

How Can Hospitals Best Manage the Uneven Flow of Patients?
Wharton's Hummy Song examines the common hospital practice of capacity pooling and whether it's the best way to manage the mismatch between the number of patients and available beds.

Knowledge@Wharton
Aug 20, 2019

Beating the Giants: Zhongliang's Strategy for Growth
Stories of success in China's real estate market invariably come from the country's largest firms. But not always. The stunning rise of China's Zhongliang Group Limited is one such exception. Its triumph is a reminder that strategy, not scale, anchors a firm's competitiveness. Zhongliang, founded in China's entrepreneurial heartland of Wenzhou, experienced rapid national expansion

Knowledge@Wharton
Aug 20, 2019

What Will It Take for Uber to Become Profitable?
Uber needs to ensure that its core business of ride-hailing is profitable before diversifying into areas like bike rentals, say experts.

Knowledge@Wharton
Aug 20, 2019

Wharton's Jeremy Siegel: Prepare for a Slowdown, Not a Recession
While many investors are concerned that the next recession is on the horizon, Wharton's Jeremy Siegel says a slowdown is more likely in the short term.

Knowledge@Wharton
Aug 20, 2019

Is the U.S. Economy Solid? Ask the Philadelphia Fed's Patrick Harker
Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia president Patrick Harker discusses interest rate policies, recession fears and whether central banks are ready to introduce a stablecoin cyrptocurrency, among other pressing issues.

Knowledge@Wharton
Aug 19, 2019

How ‘Radical Self-Inquiry' Can Create a Thriving Workplace
Executive coach Jerry Colonna wants managers to stop focusing on output and achievement alone, and work on building the maturity required for leaders to lift up others, not just themselves.

Knowledge@Wharton
Aug 19, 2019

Why ‘Radical Self-inquiry' Can Create a Thriving Workplace
Leaders should stop focusing on output and achievement alone, and work on building the maturity required to lift up others, not just themselves, notes the author of a new book.

Knowledge@Wharton
Aug 15, 2019

How a Simple Change Can Protect Crowdfunding Backers from Fraud
Crowdfunding backers who are victims of misconduct often have little recourse. But a simple platform design change could strengthen protections, according to new research from Wharton and Cornell.

Knowledge@Wharton
Aug 13, 2019

Why 2019 Feels Like 1929 — and What We Can Do to Change Course
Armed with a sense of realistic optimism, we can navigate - and help to reverse - some worrisome global trends, writes Wharton Dean Geoffrey Garrett in this opinion piece.

Knowledge@Wharton
Aug 13, 2019

Finding the Value in IPOs: Why Customer Behavior Holds the Key
Wharton's Peter Fader and Emory's Dan McCarthy explain why customer-based corporate valuation is a novel -- and very accurate -- way of determining a firm's worth.

Knowledge@Wharton
Aug 13, 2019

Finding the Value in IPOs: Why Customer Behavior Is Key
Wharton's Peter Fader and Emory's Dan McCarthy explain why customer-based corporate valuation is a novel -- and very accurate -- way of determining a firm's worth.

Knowledge@Wharton
Aug 09, 2019

How Organizational Culture Shapes Digital Transformation
Navigating the balance between culture and technology is one of the toughest challenges of digital transformation, according to Nik Puri, senior vice president of global IT at FedEx, and Dan Alig, CIO at Wharton computing and information technology.

Knowledge@Wharton
Aug 09, 2019

The T-Mobile-Sprint Merger: Can Dish Network Help Make It Happen?
Years in the making, the T-Mobile-Sprint merger finally looks set to move ahead - provided the two telecom firms can help to establish a new wireless competitor: Dish Network.

Knowledge@Wharton
Aug 06, 2019

What Are the Long-term Costs of the China-U.S. Trade War?
President Trump's latest threat to levy 10% tariffs on $300 billion of imports from China will result in lower output from the U.S. economy and higher household debt, according to analysis by the Penn Wharton Budget Model. Experts say consumers and businesses will feel the impact.

Knowledge@Wharton
Aug 06, 2019

Why the China-U.S. Trade Conflict Won't Become a Currency War
Don't expect the latest round of trade battles between the U.S. and China to lead to a full-on currency war, writes Wharton Dean Geoffrey Garrett in this opinion piece.

Knowledge@Wharton
Aug 06, 2019

Why the China-U.S. Trade War Won't Become a Currency War
Don't expect the latest round of trade conflicts between the U.S. and China to lead to a full-on currency war despite the most recent battles, writes Wharton Dean Geoffrey Garrett in this opinion piece.

Knowledge@Wharton
Aug 06, 2019

Marketing the Cosmic Crisp: Will Consumers Bite?
Cosmic Crisp, a new apple variety more than 20 years in the making, is hitting stores this fall in the U.S. -- but getting produce to stand apart from similar offerings is not a simple task, marketing experts say.

Knowledge@Wharton
Aug 06, 2019

U.S. Economy: Is a Long, Shallow Recession on the Way?
Wharton's Jeremy Siegel and David Rosenberg of Gluskin Sheff expect the Fed to cut interest rates in the coming year as the latest GDP report reveals some troubling trends. But they disagree on whether the slowdown will lead to a recession.

Knowledge@Wharton
Aug 06, 2019

Internal Control Audits: Why an SEC Proposal Could Hurt More Than It Helps
The SEC has proposed exempting smaller firms from independent audits to verify internal controls. But that could increase accounting scandals and volatility, according to research by Wharton's Daniel Taylor.

Knowledge@Wharton
Aug 02, 2019

Want to Become a Dynamic Learner? Here's How to Do It
A new book by University of North Carolina professor Bradley Staats outlines how to become a dynamic learner, which he says is key to staying ahead in a rapidly changing world.

Knowledge@Wharton
Jul 30, 2019

How Blockchain Will Redefine Supply Chain Management
Blockchain can transform supply chain management by automating relationships and building trust, notes BCG's Stefan Gstettner. But it's not always the best technology for boosting supply chain efficiency.

Knowledge@Wharton
Jul 30, 2019

War in Cyberspace: Can America Protect Its Virtual Borders?
Adequate spending, consistent regulation and constant vigilance are needed to protect America's digital networks against the increasing threat of attacks, according to a book from two top cybersecurity experts.

Knowledge@Wharton
Jul 30, 2019

Why Cultivating the Right Leaders Helps Startups Succeed
Resilience, passion, flexibility, focus, trust and people skills are as important as a winning idea in a successful startup, say experts from tGELF and the MiSK Foundation.

Knowledge@Wharton
Jul 30, 2019

Equifax Deal: Credit Agencies Must Change How They Manage Data
The Equifax settlement sheds light on the new challenges that the digital era and the advance of shadow banking pose for legislators, regulators and consumers.

Knowledge@Wharton
Jul 30, 2019

The Equifax Settlement: Why Credit Agencies Must Change How They Manage Data
The Equifax settlement sheds light on the new challenges that the digital era and the advance of shadow banking pose for legislators, regulators and consumers.

Knowledge@Wharton
Jul 29, 2019

Succeeding Against All Odds: Vanke's Songhua Lake Ski Resort
In late 2014, Vanke, one of China's largest real estate companies, embarked on a new chapter in its corporate history with the launch of a 40 billion yuan (US $6 billion) ski resort in Songhua Lake, Jilin Province. The resort attracted 300,000 visitors in 2016 — a figure previously achieved only by a handful of

Knowledge@Wharton
Jul 26, 2019

The Impact of Social Media: Is it Irreplaceable?
Social media as we know it has barely reached its 20th birthday, but it's changed the fabric of everyday life. But what does the future hold for the sector and the players currently at the top?

Knowledge@Wharton
Jul 25, 2019

How Feelings and Friendship Factor Into Startup Success (and Failure)
A new study from Wharton and City University of London looks at the roles that feelings and friendships play in entrepreneurial ventures, especially when the prospects for success dim.

Knowledge@Wharton
Jul 25, 2019

Tofu or Takeout: Why Eating Healthy Is So Hard
Poor nutrition and obesity are setting records globally despite abundant healthy choices at restaurants and grocery stores. In her new book, food writer Bee Wilson looks at the paradox of the modern diet.

Knowledge@Wharton
Jul 24, 2019

Follow the (Dirty) Money
A new book from investigative journalist Oliver Bullough paints a bleak picture of rampant corruption, showing how the world's rich and powerful conspire to stay that way.

Knowledge@Wharton
Jul 24, 2019

Why Future Jobs Will Require Data Analytics Skills
Data analytics is increasingly infusing jobs at all levels, not just those in the back office, says A. Charles Thomas, GM's chief data and analytics officer, at the recent Wharton Customer Analytics conference.

Knowledge@Wharton
Jul 23, 2019

Will Christine Lagarde Have Room to Run As the ECB's Next President?
Chirstine Lagarde is a shoo-in to become the next president of the European Central Bank. But will a straitjacket of low-to-negative interest rates give her any room to maneuver?

Knowledge@Wharton
Jul 23, 2019

From Nurse to CEO: One Entrepreneur's Journey
Shelley Boyce recounts how she turned a failing grade for a marketing plan into MedRisk, a multimillion-dollar company that provides managed physical medicine for the workers' compensation industry.

Knowledge@Wharton
Jul 22, 2019

Living Longer, Saving Less: What it Will Mean for Retirement
Changes in the economy, the nature of employment benefits and attitudes toward work more generally have made planning for retirement more complicated than ever.

Knowledge@Wharton
Jul 22, 2019

Living Longer, Saving Less: What Will that Mean for Retirement?
Changes in the economy, the nature of employment benefits and attitudes toward work more generally have made planning for retirement more complicated than ever - and there are few solutions that would help everyone, say experts.

Knowledge@Wharton
Jul 22, 2019

Will Amazon's Plan to ‘Upskill' Its Employees Pay Off?
Amazon has announced a $700 million plan to retrain employees who will be automated out of jobs. While it's a laudable goal, the company has other critical personnel issues it needs to address, experts say.

Knowledge@Wharton
Jul 19, 2019

What's Really Behind China's Falling GDP
China's second-quarter economic growth hit a 27-year low. But it's not because of the trade war, say experts from Wharton and Stanford.

Knowledge@Wharton
Jul 19, 2019

What's Really Behind China's Falling GDP?
China's second-quarter economic growth hit a 27-year low. But it's not because of the trade war, say experts from Wharton and Stanford.

Knowledge@Wharton
Jul 18, 2019

Uncovering Bias: A New Way to Study Hiring Can Help
New Wharton research develops a novel method for studying the hiring process, finding that race and gender biases likely impact who gets hired at some of the world's top firms.

Knowledge@Wharton
Jul 18, 2019

Uncovering Bias: Can a New Way to Study Hiring Help?
New Wharton research develops a novel method for studying the hiring process, finding that race and gender biases likely impact who gets hired at some of the world's top firms.

Knowledge@Wharton
Jul 18, 2019

Uncovering Bias: How a New Way to Study Hiring Can Help
New Wharton research develops a novel method for studying the hiring process, finding that race and gender biases likely impact who gets hired at some of the world's top firms.

Knowledge@Wharton
Jul 18, 2019

Fight to Win: How a Judo Champion Built Resilience
Ranking judo champion Peter Paltchik exemplifies what it means to overcome adversity and push beyond limits - a lesson that is inspiring to business leaders as well as athletes.

Knowledge@Wharton
Jul 17, 2019

Want Responsible AI? Think Business Outcomes
Mala Anand, president of intelligent enterprise solutions and industries at SAP, offers his views on how to create ethical and effective AI applications.

Knowledge@Wharton
Jul 17, 2019

Why Major Brands Are Becoming More Size Inclusive
Experts say the recent boom in plus-size clothing offerings is the result of financial and social pressure that is pushing manufacturers to scramble for a share of this $21 billion market.

Knowledge@Wharton
Jul 16, 2019

Remembering the Dark Side of the Space Race
The world reacted with wonder when Americans sent the first astronauts to moon 50 years ago this week. But there was a dark side to the space race. In his new book, Fraser MacDonald recounts some of the Cold War's forgotten history.

Knowledge@Wharton
Jul 16, 2019

A Giant Leap for Mankind? Virgin Galactic Revs Up Space Tourism
By going public, Virgin Galactic will be able to tap the capital it needs to fuel its engines for the space tourism race.

Knowledge@Wharton
Jul 16, 2019

Can You Hear Him Now? Leadership Lessons from Verizon's Ivan Seidenberg
At the recent Wharton Leadership Conference, former Verizon CEO Ivan Seidenberg discussed what he has learned from working in telecom for a half century, how he negotiated with Steve Jobs, and how Android came into being.

Knowledge@Wharton
Jul 15, 2019

So Your Company Has a Vision: Why Can't Everyone See It?
New Wharton research looks at why some vision statements are more powerful than others, and how leaders can craft them effectively.

Knowledge@Wharton
Jul 12, 2019

Dysfunctional Justice: What's Wrong with the U.S. Legal System
Litigator-turned-venture capitalist Bruce Cannon Gibney is sharply critical of the American legal system and explains in his new book why the concept of "justice for all" falls far short.

Knowledge@Wharton
Jul 12, 2019

Fintech in China: What Lies Ahead
China and the West have different approaches to fintech. Which will prevail?

Knowledge@Wharton
Jul 11, 2019

Keeping the Lights On: Why Are U.S. Hospitals Closing?
Many U.S. medical facilities are closing and consolidating as their expenses far outpace revenues. Experts say it's a symptom of the disease plaguing the American health care system.

Knowledge@Wharton
Jul 11, 2019

Fintech in China: What Lies Ahead?
China and the West have different approaches to fintech. Which will prevail?

Knowledge@Wharton
Jul 11, 2019

The ACA Battle: Why It's Just Heating Up
The debate on health insurance is poised to head not just to the Supreme Court but also to become a hot election issue, according to experts.

Knowledge@Wharton
Jul 11, 2019

How Sustainable ETFs Let Small Investors Make A Difference
Sustainable ETFs are on the rise and could move impact investing into the mainstream, say experts.

Knowledge@Wharton
Jul 10, 2019

On Betsy Ross and Bad Language: Navigating the New Marketing Minefield
The recent controversy over Nike sneakers sporting a Revolutionary War-era flag raises similar questions to a Supreme Court decision on the use of controversial words as marketing tools, notes the author of this opinion piece.

Knowledge@Wharton
Jul 10, 2019

How the U.S. Can Regain Its Manufacturing Edge
With advanced technologies likely to automate almost 60% of factory tasks, manufacturing in low-cost countries may no longer offer a competitive advantage, says Boston Consulting Group's Justin Rose.

Knowledge@Wharton
Jul 09, 2019

Comic-Con's Eisner Awards: Honoring a Long-maligned Medium
The highly successful business of popular culture is based, in part, on a medium that was denigrated and despised throughout much of its history - comic books. Comic-Con's Eisner Awards ceremony seeks to rectify that.

Knowledge@Wharton
Jul 09, 2019

From Mustang to Minivan: How Lee Iacocca Changed the Auto Industry
The former head of Chrysler and Ford, who died last week at 94, will be remembered as a leader who fought through adversity and revolutionized the concept of the "celebrity CEO."

Knowledge@Wharton
Jul 09, 2019

From Mustang to Minivan: How Lee Iacocca Revolutionized the Auto Industry
The former head of Chrysler and Ford, who died last week at 94, will be remembered as a leader who fought through adversity and revolutionized the concept of the "celebrity CEO."

Knowledge@Wharton
Jul 09, 2019

Don't Underestimate Generalists: They Bring Value to Your Team
Journalist David Epstein lends support to the generalist, who gains a wider range of experience and skills by dabbling in different things, compared with the narrowly defined specialist.

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