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They may seem overconfident and wildly optimistic but first-time founders take credible feedback to heart

Culture plays a surprising role in how confident we are using computers

“Weak best practices” may explain the high degree of variation in medical practice

Is your organization overwhelmed by unremitting waves of change? Then embrace the flux with systems and attitudes that encourage trial and error
If sustainable low-carbon behaviours are to be embedded in the workplace, organizational culture has to change. Here’s how HR processes can make that happen

Don’t assume the same types of goals that work with individuals will also work with teams

By insisting on punishing auditors who make mistakes rather than encouraging an open learning culture, regulators may be driving the problem underground

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