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Now and then we tend to get a little tied-down with our daily working routines. Without noticing, we can quickly slip into autopilot – forgetting to ask questions or taking time to embrace the new and unfamiliar. Curiosity conquers routine. Find out how curious you are and learn to train your curiosity now.
In 2015, we worked with curiosity experts to conduct a survey measuring the levels of curiosity among US workers – and the support offered by their employers. In 2016, we added results from workers in Germany and China to get a more global picture of the state of curiosity. For our latest study in 2018, we asked more than 3,000 employees from various business sectors in Germany, China, and the USA to describe barriers and enhancers to curiosity encountered at work.
Explore our 2018 State of Curiosity Report and discover what’s stopping you from being curious at work.More
Breakthroughs in science and technology begin with curiosity. But how is curiosity perceived by workers in Germany, China and the US?Find out
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We believe that curiosity is the driving force behind human progress and development. And while the future poses many challenges and uncertainties, we're convinced that curiosity can help mankind navigate its unchartered terrain with confidence and optimism. Discover more about the four dimensions of curiosity and how leaving your comfort zone from time to time can provide answers to questions that have yet to be asked!
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