The experiments showed that weak ties increase job transmissions, but only to a point, after which there are diminishing marginal returns to tie weakness.
The paper cited here is under a paywall, and I'm sure the conclusions and short abstract will light up an interest for subscribing to Science, for this and other high quality content.
Maud Vinet, CEO of Siquance, has always been in a track for leading the way in new technologies.
The right meetings at the right time make a difference for a modern CEO. An habit that also gives confidence that the working day was not wasted.
If this is true, a large part of climate change could be mitigated in a few decades. But the claim for room temperature superconductivity in a recently published paper (with revisions and corrections until the last few days) is really difficult to be given a credit, wthout much further study and repetition. Experts are still very skeptic.