Remedial genius: think and learn like a genius with the five principles of knowledge

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Project N Corporation, 2001 - Business & Economics - 161 pages
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Whether you are a CEO or cab driver, quantum mechanic or auto mechanic, preschooler or PhD, Remedial Genius reveals the principles we humans use to create knowledge, to think, to learn, and to generate new ideas and innovations. Through entertaining stories and a layman's descriptions, Cabrera gives us a dynamic model for thinking and learning. Cabrera's string of educational and professional bumbles - both tragic and humorous - read in stark contrast to his simple insight into the elemental structure of knowledge. For corporations who want to understand the atomic elements of the learning organization; for professionals, teachers, and students who want to reclaim their genius; for scientists who need a model to deal with complexity; for parents who want to build their child's inherent genius; Remedial Genius offers the mental model we'll all need to prosper in the coming Knowledge Age.

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