Smarter faster better (book)

Author: Charles DuhiggWe are living through an economic revolution. Like all previous revolutions, no one knows who will lose or gain, nor how it will end. But one thing is certain: those who become more productive will prosper. Those who become less productive won't. Smarter, Faster, Better is a ground breaking exploration of productivity: how we can do more, in less time. Examining eight of the most important ongoing shifts in how we live and work - in communications; work; transportation; innovation and education; and how we manage ourselves and others - Charles Duhigg asks why these changes have caused some people to unexpectedly become more productive, while others have been pushed to the sidelines. Alongside those shifts, this book also looks at our emerging understanding of how our minds function, and what neuroscience tells us about how new technologies strengthen or conflict with the mental tricks, cognitive biases and intellectual tools we've spent the last 200 million years evolving. Read this book in the Business Studio


Author: Charles Duhigg
We are living through an economic revolution. Like all previous revolutions, no one knows who will lose or gain, nor how it will end. But one thing is certain: those who become more productive will prosper. Those who become less productive won't. Smarter, Faster, Better is a ground breaking exploration of productivity: how we can do more, in less time. Examining eight of the most important ongoing shifts in how we live and work - in communications; work; transportation; innovation and education; and how we manage ourselves and others - Charles Duhigg asks why these changes have caused some people to unexpectedly become more productive, while others have been pushed to the sidelines. Alongside those shifts, this book also looks at our emerging understanding of how our minds function, and what neuroscience tells us about how new technologies strengthen or conflict with the mental tricks, cognitive biases and intellectual tools we've spent the last 200 million years evolving.
Read this book in the Business Studio

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