"genioux facts" (blog.geniouxfacts.com, geniouxfacts.com) is an essential knowledge extractor that deduces and extracts relevant knowledge from cutting-edge knowledge containers of different types (e.g., Articles, magazines, books, videos, international organizations, universities, research groups).
"genioux facts" are essential knowledge for "infinite learners", business leaders or leaders in general that keep pace with change and avoid disruption, enjoy learning and feel a constant need to acquire new skills. [genioux fact extracted from HBR]
Calls for learning have long been common at corporate retreats, professional conferences, and similar gatherings. But with the furious pace of change that technology has brought to business and society, they have become more urgent. Leaders in every sector seem to agree: Learning is an imperative, not a cliché. Without it, careers derail and companies fail. [genioux fact extracted from MIT SMR]
The leaders and disrupters in Silicon Valley and around the world are distinguished by the speed at which they zip up the learning curve. Regardless of age or industry, "infinite learners" are different from those who become terrified when suddenly required to learn something new—they find the challenge exhilarating. [genioux fact extracted from HBR]
A genioux fact is an essential knowledge fact to help you grow in an exceptional and multiple way in the Digital Age:
- make your learning process easier.
- bring more relevant knowledge to improve the quality and speed of your thinking.
- help you hone thinking skills.
- make you knowledge richer and therefore smarter; and
- cumulate knowledge that could grow exponentially. [genioux fact extracted from Reading Rockets]
For example, the genioux fact "g-f(1)2: Reshaping strategies for a reimagined future in the New Normal" was produced from the knowledge container with the reference "Reboot your strategy, MIT Sloan Management Review, Fall 2020, Vol 62, No 1".
Example of a knowledge container
The "genioux facts" form a fundamental foundation for building a better world for all in the Digital Age.
The thinking to produce the "genioux facts" is on a plane of solutions outside of where the problems have been created.
The "genioux facts" are free of biases, any struggle of powers, of political polarization, of complex interests, or fear.
Sponsors of the "genioux facts" are global or national leaders for the entire site or a specific category.
- Fuel your growth with essential knowledge that:
- facilitates your learning process.
- brings more relevant insights to improve the quality and speed of your thinking.
- helps you hone your thinking skills.
- enriches you and therefore makes you smarter; and
- accumulates knowledge that could grow exponentially.
The "genioux facts" are classified into five categories:
- A new, better world for everyone
- The Big Picture of the Digital Age
- The Big Picture of Sports
- Coronavirus and other viruses
- The Big Picture of Climate Change
A genioux fact has three fundamental types of knowledge:
- Knowledge title.
- Extra-condensed knowledge.
- Condensed knowledge.
An example of a genioux fact and its three fundamental types of knowledge:
- Knowledge title. Apple success: Functional organizational design and its associated leadership model.
- Extra-condensed knowledge. Apple’s functional organization is rare, if not unique, among very large companies. It flies in the face of prevailing management theory that companies should be reorganized into divisions and business units as they become large. But something vital gets lost in a shift to business units: the alignment of decision rights with expertise.
- Condensed knowledge 10. Apple is well known for its innovations in hardware, software, and services. Thanks to them, it grew from some 8,000 employees and $7 billion in revenue in 1997, the year Steve Jobs returned, to 137,000 employees and $260 billion in revenue in 2019. More ...