Why Winners Keep Winning – Of Dollars And Data


25 bookmarks. First posted by molgar may 2018.


In the late 1970s the view in the publishing world was that an author should never produce more than one book a year. The thinking was that publishing more than one book a year would dilute the brand name of the author. via Pocket
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may 2018 by archizoo
In the late 1970s the view in the publishing world was that an author should never produce more than one book a year. The thinking was that publishing more than one book a year would dilute the brand name of the author.
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may 2018 by WFreeland
Why Winners Keep Winning On Cumulative Advantage and How to Think About Luck Photo: PxHere In the late 1970s the view in the publishing world was that an author…
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may 2018 by philjr
In the late 1970s the view in the publishing world was that an author should never produce more than one book a year. The thinking was that publishing more than one book a year would dilute the brand name of the author.
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may 2018 by mud
Why Winners Keep Winning (cmts )
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may 2018 by rukku
In the late 1970s the view in the publishing world was that an author should never produce more than one book a year. The thinking was that publishing more than one book a year would dilute the brand…
may 2018 by cwilkes
On Cumulative Advantage and How to Think About Luck Photo: PxHere In the late 1970s the view in the publishing world was that an author should never produce…
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may 2018 by hiroprot
However, what if we rigged the game such that we gave a particular color an advantage to start? For example, instead of giving 1 additional marble in each round, we give 100 additional marbles in each round. If we did this, one color would have a market share of 40% (200/500) while the remaining colors had a share 20% (100/500) starting round 2. This is a starting advantage of 20% (40% — 20%) in market share.
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may 2018 by JorgeAranda
In the late 1970s the view in the publishing world was that an author should never produce more than one book a year. The thinking was that publishing more than one book a year would dilute the brand…
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may 2018 by karl11
Why Winners Keep Winning On Cumulative Advantage and How to Think About Luck Photo: PxHere In the late 1970s the view in the publishing world was that an author…
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may 2018 by molgar