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  • You've found the passionate? Now what?
    Supporting the learning of the passionate is the other half of the equation.
  • Lessons from the edge: What companies can learn from a tribe in the Amazon
    Sixth report in the Shift Index series.
  • The dual roles of the CIO in the digital age
    Discover the dual roles of today's CIO: Builder of technology and the business.
  • It's the fridge, stupid!
    The Internet of Things comes of age, but who's leading the charge?
  • The digitized employee
    Read the article by Eric Openshaw and Harry Greenspun, M.D.
  • Top ten issues for technology M&A in 2014
    Learn about top issues expected to influence deal activity in 2014.
  • A movement in the making
    What you need to know about the maker movement.
  • 2014 Gen Y automotive consumer study
    Learn about "the changing nature of mobility" and how mobility affects various aspects of the automobile buying and ownership experience.
  • How to disrupt with the scale paradox: Using analytics to help claim your advantage
    Innovate and compete with disruptive technologies.
  • Making money work for you: Redeploying cash to drive growth in tech companies
    Explore our framework.
  • Here’s how to keep the robots from stealing our jobs
    John Hagel explains the concept of “race against the machine” in this Wired article.
  • What do you know? Creating environments that fosters learning and improvement
    Eric Openshaw and John Hagel discuss how to use technology to enhance learning of the workforce in this Financial Times article.
  • Interactive gaming: A target rich environment
    Learn more about the U.S. gaming ecosystem.
  • 2013 Shift Index metrics: The burdens of the past
    Discover why outdated institutional structures and practices continue to inhibit organizational knowledge flows.
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