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  • Suhit shared from What Matters Now: How to Win in a World of Relentless Change, Ferocious Competition, and Unstoppable Innovation by Gary Hamel
    Building organizations that are as resilient as they are efficient may be the most fundamental business challenge of our time.
  • Suhit shared from The Moment of Clarity: Using the Human Sciences to Solve Your Toughest Business Problems by Christian Madsbjerg, Mikkel B. Rasmussen
    If you are not open to questioning even the most basic assumptions about your company and your customers, then you risk missing the new ideas that will be the future of your business.
    Note: Questioning your basic assumptions is key to uncovering radical truths, leading to innovation.
  • Suhit shared from The Moment of Clarity: Using the Human Sciences to Solve Your Toughest Business Problems by Christian Madsbjerg, Mikkel B. Rasmussen
    Even rarer is the consumer who knows exactly what he or she wants and who then actually goes out and buys that very thing.
    Note: Most people don't know what they want. So asking them is not useful. More from moment of clarity
  • Suhit shared from Mastery by Robert Greene
    The human visual system is not built for scanning, as a cow’s is, but for depth of focus.
    Note: From the book: Mastery
  • Suhit shared from Mastery by Robert Greene
    Through intense absorption in a particular field over a long period of time, Masters come to understand all of the parts involved in what they are studying. They reach a point where all of this has become internalized and they are no longer seeing the parts, but gain an intuitive feel for the whole. They literally see or sense the dynamic.
    Note: So true. Being able to sense the whole, feel it, leads to immediate insight.
(India)
Suhit Anantula