Elephants and molehills: dealing with blinkered or extreme thinking

In a changing world it is easy to make assumptions that are no longer true. One of the most common ways of doing this is called ‘blinkered thinking’ or ‘extreme thinking’. Blinkered Continue Reading →

Decision making in times of uncertainty (Stanford)

A new Insight from Stanford Business School tells us something we probably already know: people become more cautious when they can’t predict what is going to happen. Researchers found that when Continue Reading →