کتاب فرمول قوانین جهانی موفقیت
خرید کتاب فرمول قوانین جهانی موفقیت ، استاد برجسته László Barabási به ما کتابی شگفت انگیز می دهد که نوید می دهد پایه های چگونگی نزدیک شدن جامعه شیفته موفقیت ما به مشاغل حرفه ای ، زندگی و اهداف طولانی مدت را تغییر دهد. اغلب اوقات ، موفقیت برابر با موفقیت نیست. ما کار را انجام دادیم اما موفق به ارتقا نشدیم.
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خرید کتاب فرمول قوانین جهانی موفقیت
Leading professor László Barabási gives us an amazing book that promises to change the foundations of how a passionate community approaches our success in careers, lives and long-term goals. Often, success is not equal to success. We did the job but failed to upgrade.
We played hard but we were not known, we had ideas but we did not get credit. We convince ourselves that talent combined with a strong work ethic is the key to progress, but we also realize that this combination often does not work without a deeper conclusion than why. Realizing this amazing disconnect, the author, along with a team of renowned researchers and some of the most advanced data collection systems on the planet, set themselves a goal: to discover that ever-elusive link between performance and success. Now, based on years of academic research, the formula finally unveils the basic findings of its pioneering study.
It not only highlights the scientific and mathematical principles underlying success, but also our understanding of why performance is necessary but not enough. Why “experts” often make mistakes. How to prepare a creative team for success. Involve your networks effectively
About the author Albert-Laszlo Barabasi
Albert-Laszlo Barabasi is Professor Robert Gary Dodge in Network Science and a Distinguished Professor at Northeastern University, where he heads the Center for Complex Network Research and makes appointments in Physics and the School of Computer Science and Information. She is in the medical department at Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women’s Hospital in the networking department at Channing, and is a member of the Center for Biology of Cancer Systems at the Dana Farber Cancer Institute.
Born in Transylvania, Romania, Hungary, he received his master’s degree in theoretical physics from E دانشگاهtv Buds University in Budapest, Hungary, where he was awarded a doctorate. Three years later at Boston University. Barabasi’s latest book, Explosions: The Hidden Pattern behind Everything We Do (Dutton, 2010) is available in five languages. He is also the author of LinkedIn: The New Science of Networks (Perseus, 2002), which is currently available in eleven languages and is the co-editor of Network Structure and Dynamics (Princeton, 2005). His work led to the discovery of scaleless networks in 1999, and he proposed the Barabasi-Albert model to explain their widespread emergence in natural, technological, and social systems, from cell phones to the WWW, or online communities.
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