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Generalists vs specialists

  • Generalists are more able to come up with new ideas and identify opportunities in fields with a slower pace of change, such as oil, gas, and mining.
  • Specialists are better in fields with a faster pace of change, such as quantum computers and gene editing. They can more easily make sense of new technical developments and opportunities.

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