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The Formula: The Universal Laws of Success (udgave 2018)

af Albert-László Barabási (Forfatter)

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In the bestselling tradition of Malcom Gladwell, James Gleick, and Nate Silver, prominent professor Lv°szlv= Barabv°si gives us a trailblazing book that promises to transform the very foundations of how our success-obsessed society approaches their professional careers, life pursuits and long-term goals. Too often, accomplishment does not equal success. We did the work but didn't get the promotion; we played hard but weren't recognized; we had the idea but didn't get the credit. We convince ourselves that talent combined with a strong work ethic is the key to getting ahead, but also realize that combination often fails to yield results, without any deeper understanding as to why. Recognizing this striking disconnect, the author, along with a team of renowned researchers and some of the most advanced data-crunching systems on the planet, dedicated themselves to one goal: uncovering that ever-elusive link between performance and success. Now, based on years of academic research, The Formula finally unveils the groundbreaking discoveries of their pioneering study, not only highlighting the scientific and mathematic principles that underpin success, but also revolutionizing our understanding of: Why performance is necessary but not adequate Why "Experts" are often wrong How to assemble a creative team primed for success How to most effectively engage our networks "This is not just an important but an imperative project: to approach the problem of randomness and success using the state of the art scientific arsenal we have. Barabasi is the person."-Nassim Nicholas Taleb, author of the New York Times bestselling The Black Swan and Distinguished Professor of Risk Engineering at NYU… (mere)
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Titel:The Formula: The Universal Laws of Success
Forfattere:Albert-László Barabási (Forfatter)
Info:Little, Brown and Company (2018), 320 pages
Samlinger:Dit bibliotek
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Excellent book
Applied it’s concepts
Found to be very useful ( )
  Drsatyajit_Sahu | Jun 25, 2020 |
Jól átgondolt, érdekes könyv. A példák ütősek.

Az első világháborús vörös báró és az ismeretlen, ámde sikeres (találatok száma + túlélés) francia pilóta összevetése nagyszerűen mutatja, hogy teljesítmény és siker mennyire el tud válni.
Zeneszámok minőségének és sikerének tudományos elemzése. Manipulált slágerlista, első értékelés szerepe, az igazán jó kiemelkedése.
Csaló kritikus/szerző az amazonon, saját könyv megtolása.
Egyetemre bekerült és épp nem bekerült diákok későbbi teljesítményének összehasonlítása, a siker lineáris volta.
Tiger Woods és versenytársainak teljesítménye, az előbbi bénító ereje.

A törvények:
1. A teljesítmény vonzza a sikert. De ha a teljesítmény nem mérhető, a sikert a hálózatok határozzák meg.
Az első mondat óvatos megfogalmazása a kettő egymástól függésének. Egyúttal ellenpéldákat is kapunk arra, hogy a kettő között nincs szoros összefüggés.

2. A teljesítmény korlátos, a siker korlátlan.

3. Alkalmasság * korábbi siker = jövőbeni siker

4. Míg a csapat sikere a sokféleségben és az egyensúlyban rejlik, a babérokat mindig egyvalaki aratja le,
azaz a siker egy személyhez kapcsolódik, még ha a teljesítmény csoportos is.

5. Ha kitartunk a siker bármikor beüthet.
A tudományos siker nem azért köthető a fiatalsághoz, mert akkor kreatívabb és okosabb az ember, hanem azért, mert akkor produktívabb. A produktívitás későbbi megtartása így növeli a siker esélyét. Eközben az ember innovatív készsége (okossága?) nagyjából állandó.

Bár ezek egy része vitatható, de jó szerkezetet ad a könyvnek.
Van olyan, ami ellentmondani látszik egy másiknak.
Bevallottan nem önmenedzsment könyv, ennek ellenére néhány gondolatot érdemes megfogadni:
- A hálózatépítésbe mindig kell energiát fektetni. (1)
- A sikerből csak úgy lehet részesülni, ha az ember megmutatja magát. (4)
- Mindig érdemes keményen dolgozni. (5) Hmm, ezt mintha a főnököm/feleségem mondta volna. nem biztos, hogy ezt túl komolyan kell venni.

Erősen ajánlott. ( )
  rics | Oct 26, 2019 |
Barabási , Albert-László (2018) – The Formula: The Universal Laws of Success. New York NY: Little, Brown and Co. ISBN: 9780316505475. Pagine 321. 9,99 €.

Seguo Barabási da quando uscì Linked nel 2003 (il libro mi era piaciuto tantissimo, e ha ispirato un mio duraturo interesse per la network analysis e anche qualche sua applicazione scientifica e analitica). Con un po’ meno di entusiasmo, ma sempre con molto interesse, avevo poi letto Bursts: l’ho recensito qui, dove do conto delle mie perplessità.

Se possibile, questo The Formula mi ha lasciato ancora più perplesso. Barabási e il suo gruppo studiano la scienza del successo (anzi, the Science of Success: proprio così, maiuscole e tutto, e senza nemmeno scoppiare a ridere sùbito dopo). E il libro presenta i risultati cui sono pervenuti: niente meno che le leggi universali del successo. Scusate se è poco.

In effetti, Barabási dice di rifuggere dagli aneddoti e di volersi distaccare dagli innumerevoli libri di self-help che affollano gli scaffali di management delle librerie. È proprio convinto di avere scoperto cinque leggi scientifiche, universali. Ma poi racconta, racconta… Certamente bene: Barabási ha talento per questo. E le leggi le espone, e le commenta, e le arricchisce di aneddoti spesso gustosi. Racconta le ricerche fatte da lui e dal suo gruppo; racconta il quando e il come dei momenti “eureka”, le false partenze e il lieto fine. Quello che non ho trovato è la “divulgazione” o, meglio, la “comunicazione della scienza”. Le 5 leggi universali sembrano davvero “consigli” da libro di self-help, e non leggi scientifiche. E – anche se in nota ci sono riferimenti alla letteratura scientifica a sostegno di queste tesi – la trattazione è esortativa, se non “motivazionale”.

A questo punto vi sarete incuriositi. Eccovi le cinque leggi:

Performance drives success, but when performance can’t be measured, networks drive success.
Performance is bounded, but success is unbounded.
Previous success x fitness = future success.
While team success requires diversity and balance, a single individual will receive credit for the group’s achievements.
With persistence success can come at any time.

Una curiosità: non sapevo che tandem in inglese si potesse usare anche per più persone, non soltanto due (“[…] six key collaborators: […] They work in tandem” – p. 178)

Barabási è bravo e quindi, nonostante tutto, il libro è ricco di spunti interessanti:

Seemingly, it’s the last person who makes a discovery that really matters, not the first. (p. 24)

Context matters when we assess value. (p. 60)

The Duchampian reality is that these cues shape our perception, frame our understanding, and set the market price. (p. 62)

[…] the bigger the team was, the more lopsided were the individual contributions to the final product. […] The more they were dominated by a single leader, the more successful they were. (p. 184; il corsivo è dell’autore)

[…] female economists pay an enormous penalty for collaborating. To be clear, men pay no price for collaborative work. They can work alone, in partnerships, or in groups, and their chances of tenure will remain the same. Women, on the other hand, collaborate at their own peril. From a tenure perspective, if you’re a female economist publishing with men, you might as well not publish at all. (p. 214; i corsivi sono dell’autore)

Success wanes because everything ages, falling victim to an “attention economy.” (p. 238) ( )
  Boris.Limpopo | Apr 29, 2019 |
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In the bestselling tradition of Malcom Gladwell, James Gleick, and Nate Silver, prominent professor Lv°szlv= Barabv°si gives us a trailblazing book that promises to transform the very foundations of how our success-obsessed society approaches their professional careers, life pursuits and long-term goals. Too often, accomplishment does not equal success. We did the work but didn't get the promotion; we played hard but weren't recognized; we had the idea but didn't get the credit. We convince ourselves that talent combined with a strong work ethic is the key to getting ahead, but also realize that combination often fails to yield results, without any deeper understanding as to why. Recognizing this striking disconnect, the author, along with a team of renowned researchers and some of the most advanced data-crunching systems on the planet, dedicated themselves to one goal: uncovering that ever-elusive link between performance and success. Now, based on years of academic research, The Formula finally unveils the groundbreaking discoveries of their pioneering study, not only highlighting the scientific and mathematic principles that underpin success, but also revolutionizing our understanding of: Why performance is necessary but not adequate Why "Experts" are often wrong How to assemble a creative team primed for success How to most effectively engage our networks "This is not just an important but an imperative project: to approach the problem of randomness and success using the state of the art scientific arsenal we have. Barabasi is the person."-Nassim Nicholas Taleb, author of the New York Times bestselling The Black Swan and Distinguished Professor of Risk Engineering at NYU

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