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Learning about The Power of Pull

The authors tell us about the The Power of Pull.

It’s little secret that our world has seen enormous transformation due to technology during the past couple of decades.

In addition to the billions of dollars that have been made by entrepreneurs like Sergey Brin and Larry Page, the fabled duo who reportedly created Google in their Stanford dorm room, a cottage industry of books by and about the changes wrought by technology have sprung up in recent years.

I have written about some of them, like Bernard Girard’s  The Google Way and Bill Wasik’s And Then There’s This.

John Hagel, John Seely Brown and Lang Davison have written a book that does not so much look at how to maneuver within this changed world, but rather how to align one profession with one’s passion on the way to reaching our full potential.   The work discusses technology, but as a vehicle to achieve these larger goals.

The idea is The Power of Pull.

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