Nov 27, 2017 | Blog, Knowledge Advantage
You’ve likely seen the video with gorilla—the one in which you actually missed the gorilla the first time you watched it? Selective attention is real—hence laws against texting while driving. All of us who aim to share knowledge thoughtfully (outside of cars and monkey suits) learn to develop…
Nov 15, 2017 | Blog, Knowledge Advantage, Learning Organization
How much fun are you going to have with Howard Gershen’s second post on counting and reasoning? Innumerable amounts. Don’t expect any new rules of thumb, but he does offer some insights where it really counts.—Editor
Nov 13, 2017 | Blog, Cross-Organizational Information Sharing, Knowledge Advantage, Learning Organization
One practice that Natalie Angier, James Gleick, Jeanne Liedtka, Steven Pinker, and Deborah Tannen have in common…
Nov 8, 2017 | Blog, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, and Data Science
For a long time I have thought I was a statistician, interested in inferences from the particular to the general, wrote mathematician….