What can Neanderthals teach us about business?
Research published recently highlights one reason why Neadnerthals may have died out before humans.
Neanderthal skeletons have been found to have larger eye sockets than their human counterparts. The suggestion is that this means they migrated away from the African plains earlier than humans, and as a result developed a larger visual capacity to deal with the shorter, darker, European days. This would have meant that more of their brain capacity would be dedicated to processing the images captured by their larger eyes and consequently less of the brain was available for higher level thinking, including the ability to form the large, collaborative networks that humans could.
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