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Throw Your Life a Curve

Throw Your Life a Curve

Oct 11, 2012-- "According to Juan Carlos Mendez-Garcia, one of the best models for making sense of a non-linear world is the S-curve, the model we have used to understand the diffusion of disruptive innovations, and which he and I speculate can be used to understand personal disruption -- the necessary pivots in our own career paths. [...] Our hypothesis is that those who can successfully navigate, even harness, the successive cycles of learning and maxing out that resemble the S-curve will thrive in this era of personal disruption." Harvard Business Review Blogger Whitney Johnson shares an interesting model for continuous career learning. (13455 reads)


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