What companies can learn from a Cambridge physics laboratory
Ernest Rutherford’s pioneering science facility offers great lessons in modern teamwork. Many companies struggle with the problem of how to best guide teams and how to get it just right. Futurist and author David Bodanis, writing in the Financial Times offers up the example of a Cambridge physics laboratory set up by scientist Ernest Rutherford, as an example. In a single 20-year period, this laboratory won at least eight Nobel Prizes in physics. We look at how they did it and what companies can learn from it.
From Financial Times