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Working the Future blog: our latest insights and future of work sensemaking

Humility is the New Smart – Re-Thinking Human Excellence in the Smart Machine Age – Edward D Hess and Kath

2022-03-08 15:22

Patrick Lodge

Reading Room, Edward D Hess, Katherine Ludwig,

Humility is the New Smart – Re-Thinking Human Excellence in the Smart Machine Age – Edward D Hess and Katherine Ludwig, 2017

Hess and Ludwig have studied a vast array of research and evidence to create an outline of the personal characteristics and traits that will drive success in th

Hess and Ludwig have studied a vast array of research and evidence to create an outline of the personal characteristics and traits that will drive success in the future of work. 

Most thinking around the future of work points to an altogether different set of personal skills and attributes required in our increasingly disruptive business landscapes, and this book substantiates those requirements with some well-presented ideas and the latest in psychological research.

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