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This Summer travel backwards in Renaissance thanks to BAU University.

masiero By masiero | March 14, 2019 | United States

“We typically hire and assign important tasks only to those people and companies who have previously performed similar jobs in the past ...but ................

“We typically hire and assign important tasks only to those people and companies who have previously performed similar jobs in the past ...but when Pope Julius II was deciding who should paint the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel, Michelangelo was far from the obvious choice ...

Thanks to the Medici patronage, he had become well-known as a sculptor in Rome as well as Florence, but his painting experience was limited to small pieces — and little in the way of frescoes.

Still, the pope clearly believed that, when it came to this “impossible” task, talent and potential mattered more than experience, and he was right”

Read more http://www.baurome.com/bau-rome-news/2019/3/12/lessons-from-renaissance

 


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