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Knowledge economy with Wharton's Adam Grant: Givers wanted

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The knowledge economy has not only spurred entirely new industries but also placed different demands on how people work effectively. In this interview with McKinsey's Rik Kirkland, Wharton School professor Adam Grant elaborates on his recent book, "Give and Take: Why Helping Others Drives Our Success," which explores the evolving world of workplace dynamics, why selfishness fails, and how flatter organizations support generosity as a key for personal and organizational success.

Learn more about his perspective in a McKinsey Quarterly excerpt of his book: http://bit.ly/GiversTakeAll. Show less
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