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Insight – and how we have it

This is a great addition to any discussion on how the brain works, creativity and innovation. Because what is insight if it isn’t part of the novel discovery process that makes life creative? Gary Klein is one of a club … Continue reading

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The Small Big

This book builds on much of the reading I’ve done around behavioural economics and the psychology of behaviour changes. I’ve discussed a bunch of my favourites in the two posts on Decision Making Trickery and Shaping the Path. Once you’ve … Continue reading

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Decision making trickery

This blog post attempts to cover some diverse territory and quite a few books. If you want to jump straight from how our decisions can be influenced to what we need for good energy efficiency decisions, click straight through to … Continue reading

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