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Bamboo Innovator Daily Insight: 30 Apr (Thurs) – Francois Michelin, Who Took French Tiremaker Global, Dies at 88; The 13 most valuable skills that anyone could have

Life 

  • Francois Michelin, Who Took French Tiremaker Global, Dies at 88: Bloomberg, ST
  • The 13 most valuable skills that anyone could have: BI
  • The Art Of Giving Feedback: Techcrunch
  • Life advice upon turning age 30, from the president of Y Combinator: Quartz
  • Author Brian Little on Personality and the ‘Art of Well-being’: K@W
  • Business Owners Rethink Legacy: Barron’s
  • A Radical Idea: Own Your Supply Chain; As most companies outsource trucks and drivers, Ashley Furniture takes a different path: WSJ
  • Texas A&M professor gave us a detailed explanation for why he failed his entire ‘entitled’ management class: BI
  • Should the law serve humans, or should humans serve the law?: JP
  • The art of apology for bosses in Japan: AsiaOne
  • So you think you can get out of finance? An anthropologist says no: efc
  • What to Do When Your Future Strategy Clashes with Your Present: HBR
  • Science explains how people can lie and cheat – and still feel good about themselves:BI
  • Corporate power without responsibility on the board; Instead of long-termism at Industrivärden and Volkswagen, there was corporate self-indulgence: FT

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