Category Archives: Psychology for Curious Managers

Three essential skills you never learn in class (Part1)

It’s a classic, but it’s true: some essential skills in life are learned outside of the classroom. Everyone know his or her local example of a straight A student who fails in real life. It is interesting to look into the reasons … Continue reading

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A Balanced Scorecard for Yourself

Happy New Year my dear readers. This time of the year, it is common among all of you pretty & talented people to make New Year’s resolutions. And there is an entire industry behind your vows for weight loss or … Continue reading

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The Top 10 Mistakes Managers Make (Part 2)

6. Groupthink: A much-used term that needs clarification: there are a number of conditions for groupthink to occur. One needs a cohesive and homogeneous in-group with a hierarchy among members (which prohibits individual thinking and dissenting opinions) and which is … Continue reading

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The Top 10 Mistakes Managers Make

The decision-making process of human beings, and specifically economic agents and managers, has been a fruitful subject of popular psychology. An impressive body of literature has been produced to date on this important question: “Which mistakes does a human being … Continue reading

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