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Andreas Christesen (vs Dortmund 23/01/16)

Andreas Christensen (vs Borussia Dortmund, 23/01/16)

(Ball-playing; positioning; awareness; decision-making/fundamental errors; speed/strength (/how to overcome them))

Ball-playing

There were a couple of moments when team-mates on the ball around him seemed to think about passing to him and then decide against it, which can sometimes give you an idea of their skill on the ball, an spectre of an absence of trust. 721 more words

Football

Hidden Gem: Why Clyde Christensen Fits Perfectly Into Miami’s Staff

When a coach is hired at age 37 to lead a team, as Adam Gase has been, it is very likely that he will need others on his staff that can provide him with veteran savvy and years of experience. 1,681 more words

Miami

Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi

Watching this one again felt like wrapping myself up in a warm blanket. It’s got such a feeling of nostalgia, even though it only came out six years after Episode IV. 708 more words

Movies

Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones

My return to the Star Wars films continues with the best of the prequel trilogy, and, really, a great part of the overall series.

When I heard about the title of this film, I groaned harder than when I heard the title… 363 more words

Movies

Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones - 10 years later

Review by Tres

My oldest son, now 21, was young when the prequels started coming out; he was only 8 in 2002 when this movie was released. 1,028 more words

Movie Reviews

Disrupting Mr Disrupter

Date: 26-11-2015
Source: The Economist: Schumpeter

Clay Christensen should not be given the last word on disruptive innovation

TWENTY years ago a then obscure academic at Harvard Business School published a career-making article in the Harvard Business Review (HBR), warning established companies that they were in grave danger from being disrupted. 957 more words

Innovation

What's Disruptive Innovation? The Idea's Creators Think Your Answer Is Probably Wrong.

The latest issue of the Harvard Business Review contains a very interesting debate currently taking place between Clayton M. Christensen, one of the originators (along with Joseph L. 1,960 more words

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