Academics talk about asymmetric information in the economy and silos that impede the sharing of knowledge. In a service economy full of knowledge workers, information is what we trade in to make money and build alliances. Those with knowledge have an advantage. While we have access to the Internet and other media, being bombarded with an avalanche of information doesn't mean that we have the mental filters needed to make sense out of it. In No More Stupidtry: Insights for the Modern World, Lloyd Lim offers numerous essays containing big picture insights that can help leaders and managers of organizations of any size in both the private and public sectors to do their jobs better. Teachers, coaches, and parents can also benefit from these ideas as they help to raise children. The author's premise is that if actions follow ideas, then reading this book could be a game changer.
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|Size: ||266 KB|
|Publisher: ||Tate Publishing|
|Date published: || 2016|
|ISBN: ||9781683333159 (DRM-EPUB)|
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