change management

The De Facto Rules

March 4, 2012

Bryan Caplan writes: If I’d failed Spanish, I couldn’t have gone to a good college, wouldn’t have gotten into Princeton’s Ph.D. program, and probably wouldn’t be a professor. But since I’ve merely forgotten my Spanish, I’m sitting in my professorial office, loving life. Most people can relate to this. During school and college, we have […]

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Why You Need to Worry About Changing Other People’s Minds

July 6, 2011

Yesterday’s rambling post about beliefs may have seemed rather irrelevant to the subject of this blog, but actually there was some meaning to the madness. Many different business and project contexts require an understanding of how people think and how you can convince them of something different. To give a few examples: A customer has […]

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