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Great Businesses Scale Their Learning, Not Just Their Operations

(Source: hbr.org)

Ronald Coase nailed it back in 1937 when he identified scalable efficiency as the key driver of the growth of large institutions. But here’s the challenge. 1,247 more words

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Key Developments in the rapidly growing Gig Economy

The gig economy has really shaken up the world of employment. This new way of working, which allows anyone to take on ‘gigs’ – single pieces of work at a time – has provided both workers and employers with a much more flexible range of options. 135 more words

Help Employees Create Knowledge — Not Just Share It

(Source: hbr.org)

Organizations today need to go beyond finding ways to more efficiently share existing knowledge. In a world that’s less predictable, they need to figure out how to create new knowledge. 1,145 more words

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How GE Built an Innovation Lab to Rapidly Prototype Appliances

(Source: hbr.org)

It is generally futile for large companies to ask: “How can we act like a fast, lean, risk-taking startup?” They can’t, because they answer to investors who value predictable, consistent financial results, and and therefore intolerant of the risks inherent in bold innovation. 1,181 more words

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Nintendo Switch Battery Issue May Not Be As Bad As It Looks

(Source: kotaku.com)

If your Switch battery appears to drain rapidly, it might be an issue with the battery indicator, and not your actual battery. 226 more words


Snap hit another major low and is rapidly tumbling toward its IPO price

 We aren’t fully sounding the :siren: bells just yet, but Snap today took yet another dive as it tapped $17.20 this morning — and is now hovering just above the price that it set for its initial public offering. 39 more words

Vancouver's mortgages are rapidly deteriorating in quality

(Source: www.businessinsider.com)

Vancouver real estate may be showing signs of exhaustion. According to the Bank of Canada (BoC) and the Ministry of Finance (MoF), the quality of mortgages are showing increasing signs of quality deterioration. 498 more words

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