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I’m sure there are more than 5. What else would you put on this list?
5 Ways Your Crappy Co-Worker Is Like A Crappy UI

4. ALWAYS DEDICATING RESOURCES TO THE WRONG THINGS
When a project needed to be done, this woman would be fiddling in the margins, adjusting fonts on a PowerPoint. And when a project needed to be fixed, she never knew what to prioritize. “Oh is this important? I had no idea!”

I’m sure there are more than 5. What else would you put on this list?

5 Ways Your Crappy Co-Worker Is Like A Crappy UI

4. ALWAYS DEDICATING RESOURCES TO THE WRONG THINGS

When a project needed to be done, this woman would be fiddling in the margins, adjusting fonts on a PowerPoint. And when a project needed to be fixed, she never knew what to prioritize. “Oh is this important? I had no idea!”

The Brainstorming Process Is B.S. But Can We Rework It?

People in groups tend to sit back and let others do the work; they instinctively mimic others’ opinions and lose sight of their own; and, often succumb to peer pressure. The Emory University neuroscientist Gregory Berns found that when we take a stance different from the group’s, we activate the amygdala, a small organ in the brain associated with the fear of rejection. Professor Berns calls this “the pain of independence.”

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The Brainstorming Process Is B.S. But Can We Rework It?

People in groups tend to sit back and let others do the work; they instinctively mimic others’ opinions and lose sight of their own; and, often succumb to peer pressure. The Emory University neuroscientist Gregory Berns found that when we take a stance different from the group’s, we activate the amygdala, a small organ in the brain associated with the fear of rejection. Professor Berns calls this “the pain of independence.”

Read on->


There is nothing natural or inevitable about what’s considered a “normal” 40-hour work week.

The Case For A 21-Hour Work Week
It would create jobs and stop the unsustainable cycle of rampant consumerism. Sure, it would also require a wholesale reordering of our economy, but that might happen whether we like it or not.
Read on->

There is nothing natural or inevitable about what’s considered a “normal” 40-hour work week.

The Case For A 21-Hour Work Week

It would create jobs and stop the unsustainable cycle of rampant consumerism. Sure, it would also require a wholesale reordering of our economy, but that might happen whether we like it or not.

Read on->