Many decades ago, the German-American anthropologist Franz Boas coined a phrase ‘kultur brillen,’ to describe how spending all our time in a familiar environment blinds us from seeing what’s right in front of us.
A Nobel Prize winner and a leading behavioral economist offer common sense and counterintuitive insights on performance, collaboration, and innovation.
Read the full article at: marcprensky.com It’s probably safe to say as long as man has been walking upright, younger generations have been pushing established boundaries. That’s just what kids do. So why then do we seem so puzzled by Millennials? What makes them seem so different? Why have corporations [...]
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The pioneers who change our immaterial lives through ideas have as much influence as the engineers and technologists who provide the visible hardware. We host FutureFest because we want people to think about the future so that they can act more effectively in the present.