In acclaimed future-tech guru Jack Uldrich's fascinating new book, you'll master the 50 essential strategies you and your organization must adopt to stay ahead of the curve. Featuring best practices for thinking exponentially from some of today's leading businesspeople, researchers, scholars, and thinkers, including executives at DARPA, Intentional Software, and Netflix, Jump the Curve is the book you need to overtake the competition-one leap at a time.
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