Steve Hardy

Nothing substitutes depth of analysis and there’s proven value in the methodical and incremental process of specialization – it’s what education, career paths, scientific research, and technological innovation are built on – but generalism is the hidden talent, the missing link. With so much complex information, that is fragmented in so many ways and developing faster and faster, it is increasingly important to have generalists around to make sense of it all. People who appreciate diversity, who are in the know about the wider world, and who understand how things interact are invaluable observers, matchmakers, and pioneers of the intersectional ideas that are vital to success in today’s global society and knowledge economy.

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