Bullshit Jobs

It is true that much of half the work we do could actually be eliminated without any significant effect on the overall productivity? Would shutting down the global work machine put a break on climate change? 15 hours per week! Imagine that your job was to write a two-page report for a meeting where the... Continue Reading →

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Creativity – The Human Brain in the Age of Innovation

“If I have seen fur­ther it is by stand­ing on the shoul­ders of Giants.” Isaac New­ton The above quote captures the essence of the interaction between neurobiology and culture. An individual mind or a team of minds may be driven towards breakthrough ideas but it is the culture that provides the point of departure. Every... Continue Reading →

Great Innovation and Thinking Books

You can never have too many books. Or can you? I might not be as obsessed with books as Count Libri but I there is nothing like a good book. Guglielmo Libri Carucci dalla Sommaja was. . . “Admirable in the salons and incomparably friendly, flexible, with gentle epigrams of sweet humour, elegant flattery, a... Continue Reading →

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