On Strategy: What Managers can learn from Philosophy - Part 2
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Part 2 of the MOOC: 3 new lectures

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Lecture 7: The Essence of Change
7.1 The end of...
7.2 You need a fixed point
7.3 Philosophy as a fixed point
7.4 Two first challenges
7.5 Another center of gravity
7.6 The four causes of Aristotle
7.7 'A thus B' or 'A and B'

Lecture 8: Is technology making us stupid?
8.1 Four types of tools
8.2 The disappointing equation
8.3 A third example: Big Data
8.4 The end of Science?
8.5 Question what is in front of you
8.6 Who is the tool of who?

Lecture 9: Become a corporate philosopher!
9.1 Use the right words
9.2 Use criteria
9.3 Beware the question
9.4 Use creativity techniques
9.5 Think visual
9.6 Never stop thinking
9.7 Embrace humor



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