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Bamboo Innovator Daily Insight: 16 Apr (Thurs) – Developing the Conviction to Do Meaningful Work; “Mad Men” creator Matthew Weiner’s reassuring life advice for struggling artists; Why one CEO loves when employees make mistakes; The trauma of becoming exceptional

Life

  • Developing the Conviction to Do Meaningful Work: Strategy&
  • “Mad Men” creator Matthew Weiner’s reassuring life advice for struggling artists: FastCo
  • Why one CEO loves when employees make mistakes: BI
  • The trauma of becoming exceptional: JT
  •  Leaders as Decision Architects: HBR
  • Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh to employees: Embrace self-management or leave by the end of the month: BI
  • Abraham Lincoln, the One President All of Them Want to Be More Like: NYT
  • The Next Big Thing In Design? Less Choice: FastCo
  • How 1-Year-Olds Figure Out the World; the process used by little babies to figure out the world has much in common with scientific experiments. WSJ
  • A Navy Seal, a Yacht Captain, and the Other People Billionaires Trust to Manage Their Money: Bloomberg
  • Breakfast with the FT: Ray Kurzweil; the inventor and futurist details his plans to live for ever; The futurist on taking 100 pills a day, the thrill of inventing – and why ‘we’re going to overcome ageing’: FT
  • Review: Strategy Rules, by David Yoffie and Michael Cusumano; A study in what business leaders in other sectors can learn from three tech pioneers: FT
  • The Single Biggest Mistake I’ve Made As A Leader (And How I Fixed It): Forbes
  • As the world’s biggest scaffolding mogul, new billionaire Mohed Altrad frames Europe’s skylines: Forbes
  • Reading is key to mastering English: KT
  • What to Do If a Feud Threatens Your Family Business: HBR
  • The 15 Diseases of Leadership, According to Pope Francis: HBR

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