2021'in en çok okunan 10 makalesi ve kilit fikirler

Güncelleme tarihi: 9 May

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İçinden geçtiğimiz dönemi tanımlamak için kullanmayı en çok sevdiğim terimlerden biri "liminal". Yani araf, eşiktelik hali... Bireysel, organizasyonel, toplumsal ve küresel olarak geride bıraktığımız çok şey var. Önümüzü de pek görebildiğimiz söylenemez. 2020'yle birlikte, VUCA'dan BANI dünyasına taşınırken "anlaşılmaz, kırılgan, doğrusal olmayan, kaygılı " bu liminal dönemi deneyimlerken, bir yandan da getirdiklerini anlamaya çalışmak doğamızın gereği. Dönemin ekonomik, teknolojik, politik, hemen hemen her düzlemde getirdiği sis perdelerine rağmen, netlik arayışındayız.

"En çok okunan, en çok satan" tamlamasından genellikle ürksem de 2021'in en çok okunan 10 makalesi listesi oldukça ilgi çekici. Liste, Harvard Business School Working Knowledge tarafından oluşturuluyor. Özellikle iş dünyasındaki dalgalanmalar, hatalar, beklentiler gibi meseleleri merak edenlerin, geçmiş ve gelecek arasında bağ kurma niyetini taşıyanların ilgisini çekeceğini düşünüyorum.


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