Charlie Munger on Avoiding Computers: “People calculate too much and think too little” – Bamboo Innovator Daily: 10 Sep (Thurs)


  • Charlie Munger on Avoiding Computers: Farnam
  • What Does Aristotle Have to do With Business Ethics?: WSJ
  • These 150 People Are Ridiculously Successful and All Have the Same Career Path: None: LinkedIn
  • Is Our Identity in Intellect, Memory or Moral Character?: WSJ
  • Scorpions, cockroaches and the reality of unpleasant leaders: FT
  •  To find success, make people laugh: Seth Goldstein: e27
  • Germany in the 18th century: Prussian and powerful; What made Frederick great? Economist
  • Digital Taylorism: A modern version of “scientific management” threatens to dehumanise the workplace: Economist
  • Boom, bust and broken trust mark the ages of finance; Managers of other people’s money lack ‘anxious vigilance’ that they might apply to their own cash: FT
  • Why It’s Sometimes Better Not to Tell Employees Where They Stand: K@W

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