The most competitive skill to survive the era of the "100-year life" is to develop a habit of learning.
Workstyle reform for better productivity, the shift to performance-based human resource management, and the progress of artificial intelligence disrupting the way of business—to survive such a rapidly changing business environment, we must continue acquiring new knowledge and competitive career skills.
However, business professionals in their 30s and 40s are busy in the role of managers who are supporting the engine of organization. It is actually very difficult for them to find some spare time to study something new. Targeting these incredibly busy people, the author, an expert in behavioral science management summarizes the know-how on "making learning a habit" in this book.
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