Francesca Gino is the author of a book called Rebel Talent, which points out ways being a rebel can pay off in both your personal and professional lives. She speaks to the BBC about people like Massimo Bottari, one of the world’s leading chefs, and how going against the grain is something some of the greatest minds really like to do – no matter how strange or risky it might seem to onlookers.
On the occasion of the retirement of Tod Christenson DESCRIPTION: As he prepares to retire and enjoy fishing and family time, Antea Group Vice President and Food & Beverage Segment Leader Tod Chri ... Read more
A research project at MIT has developed an algorithm in which a constantly updating network — of sensors, drones or data-sharing vehicles — minimizes how much new information is received at any moment ... Read more
To find the next Bezos, you should look for a leader who is great at both vision and "the weeds." As Jeffrey Rayport, HBS Senior Lecturer, said in a June 8 interview, "To spot the next Bezos, look for ... Read more
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DESCRIPTION: SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KCRA) —Science was brought to life for some Sacramento kids on Wednesday. Watch on KCRA 3 News Tweet me: The #CuriosityCube is on the move! Check out @MilliporeSigma’s ... Read more