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The first industrial sociologist, Frenchman Frederic le Play, revolutionized business strategy by recognizing that the coal mine's most essential asset. It wasn't the raw material extracted from the mine, said le Play, but the miner himself was the most valuable commodity. When we translate that message to the present day, we are no longer just talking about a company's employees. Instead, we are talking about the customers who exist on a network — think Google, Amazon, Netflix, and LinkedIn — serving essential information about their habits back to the company.
For 7 Days of Genius, 92Y partnered with award-winning global design firm IDEO on two interactive installations displayed in the 92Y lobby. Check out video of what was built and learn about the nature of creative genius from members of the IDEO staff.
We are all snowflakes, because we are fragile as individuals and, like the blizzard, extremely powerful in groups.
New Jersey Senator Cory Bookers tells the story of how he rose from the depths of despair to bring change to his local community through local action. We are all snowflakes, he says, not because we are all unique but because we are fragile as individuals and, like the blizzard, extremely powerful in groups. To accomplish your biggest goals in life, it's important to surrender the idea that they must be completed within your lifetime. Only when we activate the power of community, and other agents beyond the individual, will we arrive to affect real change.
Geniuses like Isaac Newton and Richard Feynman both had the ability to concentrate with a sort of intensity that is hard for mortals to grasp.
James Gleick was born in New York City in 1954. He graduated from Harvard College in 1976 and helped found Metropolis, an alternative weekly newspaper in Minneapolis. Then he worked for ten years as an editor and reporter for The New York Times.