Ian Carmichael's Blog – September 2011 Archive (3)

Missing Links

I've accidentally trashed a couple of Skip's links from the edge (edge.org). One is on intuitive thinking - it's marvels and flaws: http://edge.org/conversation/the-marvels-and-flaws-of-intuitive-thinking, and the second, a review of Kahneman's new book on thinking, fast and slow.… Continue

Added by Ian Carmichael on September 16, 2011 at 1:10am — No Comments

Engage and Encourage or Command and Control?

This post is from Jane Hart, a redoubtable resource person and thinker on social media. She is also a powerhouse behind the Yammer network platform.

The detailed contrasts between the two styles of business/learning/teaching/working/producing are salutory. (And helpful to have all the dimensions gathered together.)

Added by Ian Carmichael on September 12, 2011 at 7:50am — No Comments

Against the flow research?

Some Harvard educational research, worth some consideration since it takes a contrary stance to much of the modern zeitgeist. The title fires up this way. … Continue

Added by Ian Carmichael on September 11, 2011 at 3:32am — 1 Comment

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