A Whole New Mind: Moving from the Informational Age to the Conceptual Age

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cover Whole New MindDaniel Pink's hypothesis is that we live in a transformational time, experiencing a shift from the “information” age to the “conceptual” age. The skills that were useful in the information age (qualities such as logic and spatial aptitude) are still important, but the author contends that the so-called “right-brain oriented” characteristics, including story, play, empathy, symphony (the ability to see the big picture), design, and creativity will become increasingly important.

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