Why The Problem With Learning Is Unlearning Great share from one of our long time readers and commenters who says: This article https://hbr.org/2016/11/why-the-problem-with-learning-is-unlearning resonated with me because it touches, on so many levels, what we frequently discuss on … [Read more...] about Why The Problem With Learning Is Unlearning
I DON’T KNOW
Wynand wrote this email to me with this article attached and I thought it worth quoting as an intro to this brilliant article: I have just finished reading "Risk Makes Sense" (I am a slow reader, and the book invites you to read it slowly and allow lots of time for reflection), and the book … [Read more...] about I DON’T KNOW
Some cultural and safety perspectives from South Africa
Some cultural and safety perspectives from South Africa South Africa is a country with a rich cultural diversity you would not find in many (if any) other countries. Our heritage not only includes the notorious racial diversity, but also a much less noticed cultural variety. We have descendants … [Read more...] about Some cultural and safety perspectives from South Africa
Statistics – Lies or science?
Statistics - Lies or science? First article by our newest Awesome Author, Wynand Serfontein, who says: “After reading some of the comments on the posts of the last few months, I observed a possible lack of understanding about measurement, statistics and predictions. I thought it would be … [Read more...] about Statistics – Lies or science?