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Principle, Meet Practice with Kyle Nel

Principle, Meet Practice with Kyle Nel

By Singularity University
Change is nothing new for many industries, but now it's necessary for survival.

Season one of Principle, Meet Practice is sponsored by INSEAD and focus' on Managing through Uncertainty. Join Kyle Nel and experts from SU, INSEAD and leading organizations for bi-weekly discussions on what actions society, enterprise, and individuals can take to manage chaos and stay ahead of the growing exponential curve. Each episode will feature an expert on theory and a practitioner discuss a specific topic -- from the future of retail to the education crisis.
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