How Humility Can Outsmart the Smart Machines

  • Reference: ART-3098-E

  • Number of pages: 6

  • Publication Date: Dec 15, 2017

  • Source: IESE (España)

  • Type of Document: Article

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Most of us think we're pretty smart, or we wouldn't be in our current executive position. But the kind of thinking that got you where you are today will not be enough to keep you there in the Smart Machine Age -- a new era in which technology will, in many cases, be smarter than humans. Staying ahead of tech and an increasingly competitive job market requires that we shed outdated mentalities and behaviors, embracing instead what the author calls NewSmart. Its hallmark is humility, which isn't about putting yourself down but about building others up, thereby achieving a higher level of thinking, learning and emotional engagement. This article, based on the book Humility Is the New Smart, details the mindset and behaviors that will increase your chances of success in a world transformed by technology.