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Want to know who the leader is? Ask him to make a key decision

One of the most valuable things that effective leaders can offer organizations is the ability to make the right decisions. The way they make them distinguishes outstanding leaders from those who are just average.

According to various estimates, every person makes dozens to hundreds of decisions daily, most of them automatically and without reflection. Most of the time, no specific competencies or sacrifice are required and no serious risks are involved. The decisions made in organizations are also typically
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Data Driven Investor: Will There Be an Internet of Electricity?

Today’s energy users, who are still dependent on large distribution networks, will slowly become prosumers, free to choose how they will use their own resources, and perhaps contribute to creating the rules that govern the energy industry. We’re not there yet, but we will be within the next few years.

  My article in Data Driven Inwestor published 19th of October 2018.   Blockchain, whose popularity has grown in lockstep with developments in the cryptocurrency market (Bitcoin, Ethereum, et. al.), is poised to expand into new territories. The energy industry, which is decentralizing gradually, may well
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According to our computers… you don’t exist

A foreign friend of mine struggled for nearly three weeks trying to prove to his country’s authorities that he... existed. All because of an error in the country’s personal identification number database, which had simply “deleted” him.

A foreign friend of mine struggled for nearly three weeks trying to prove to his country’s authorities that he… existed. All because of an error in the country’s personal identification number database, which had simply “deleted” him. That is an example of how poorly managed
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Internet bubble 2.0

Is internet bubble threat real? Is it going to strike again? The memories of the spring of 2000 are still alive.

  Tulip mania. First economic bubble The winter of 1637 saw a massive crash of the tulip bulb market. With their prices long growing and the hope was that the trend would continue indefinitely. But then they reached a point where no one could afford
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