Key Takeaways from the Week Gone By
What we learned together on Network Capital
Analysis by Damon Centola suggests that in the past people joined such networks/movements when their friends did. German citizens joined the protest at the Wall because of their social networks. The same phenomenon explains why US citizens participated in the social protests of the 1960s. Rosa Parks made a difference because she was part of a collective movement against segregation in the American South. Aspects of this collective process of social coordination can also explain the efficacy of projects pursued by Network Capital members. They can scale their impact because they are part of a larger, coordinated set of efforts in a cohesive network.
Start your week by listening to our podcast with Prof Centola!
On Network Capital we curate a wide range of online and offline adventures for our members. Join us for -
Mumbai Meetup on Feb 16
Oxford Meetup on Feb 22
Winter Picnic in Delhi on Feb 25
Have a wonderful week ahead.
— Your Network Capital Team
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