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Tippets by Taps - Issue #119

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This week we look at the challenges with a cashless society, the life of Clay Christensen, changing h
 

Tippets by Taps

January 26 · Issue #119 · View online
These are my notes on the week’s news, some tidbits from around the web, plus any new blog posts of mine. You'll find a lot about commerce, retail, the future of work, as well as some fun, more random tidbits here and there. To learn more visit rishitaparia.com. Enjoy!

This week we look at the challenges with a cashless society, the life of Clay Christensen, changing hiring practices for hourly workers, Legos as a stress reliever and more. Enjoy!

It's cash v. class, and New York City has just joined the fight
Clayton Christensen dies at 67 after lifetime of business, spiritual influence
megan quinn
People will say Clay’s best book was his most famous one — but it wasn’t. It was “How Will You Measure Your Life” — a riff on his closing lecture each semester at HBS. It’s far more important. Here are his lecture notes: https://t.co/ITI9CTcQNL
3:36 PM - 24 Jan 2020
The Company of Second Chances
Legos for adults: The company is targeting stressed-out grown-ups
Fired salesman disrupts car-buying industry with word-of-mouth 'concierge' business
Quote I’m thinking about: “Decide what you stand for. And then stand for it all the time.” ― Clayton Christensen
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