Bamboo Innovator Daily Insight: 10 Apr (Fri) – Michelangelo and the Making of an Artist: (1) Surprise the Right People with Your Skills (2) Go Beyond the Possible (3) Combine Details with the Big Picture; “Michelangelo became as no other before or since the archetype of the artist: Dedicated, solitary, single-minded, tormented, harassed.”


  • Michelangelo and the Making of a Genius: BCG
  • 11 unconventional tips for winning at life: BI
  • John Paul DeJoria explains how he went from homeless to a billionaire: BI
  • S’pore education system has capacity to take more risks: Expert: TODAY
  • The Proximity Paradox: Balancing Auto Suppliers’ Manufacturing Networks: BCG
  • Growing Through Change: An Interview with the Chairman of Lotte Group: BCG
  • Succeeding with Succession Planning in Family Businesses: BCG
  • Africa’s natural resources: Blood earth; Huge natural resources and poor governance are a dreadful combination: Economist
  • Why the Gettysburg Address Is Still a Great Case Study in Persuasion: HBR
  • Behavioral Finance for Family Offices: Barron’s
  • 3 reasons why Singaporeans work such long hours; As bosses expect employees to stay late in the office, employees don’t have much incentive to do their work efficiently. many employees just work as slowly as possible until their boss leaves: AsiaOne
  • Richard Branson explains why he considers dyslexia his greatest business advantage: BI

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