Companies that want to grow, improve, challenge the status quo, and avoid stagnancy need curious people. That’s all there is to it. It isn’t a luxury or a bonus; it should be a core part of your business strategy.Curious people naturally want to learn how to do things better, which improves the company as a whole.Once I asked an extremely curious part-time employee working for my company, Influence & Co., to track the click-through rates on articles we were sharing in our newsletter. She did what I asked, but she was curious enough to take it a step further: She analyzed the data to see which articles were clicked most and why, and the insights she revealed allowed us to optimize our
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