Tweet: Model Thinking

George Box said. “All models are wrong.” But, if they are wrong in different ways, then collectively, they can be less wrong. To quote Richard Levin’s, “the truth lies at the intersection of our independent lies.” And, it is in diversity that the seeds of independence reside. https://t.co/1kCWmPOuVb— Kiran Johny (@johnywrites) November 30, 2018 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js

Tweet : Cumulative Culture and Human species learning

“Cumulative culture makes us smarter in another way as well: It allows us to transcend the limitations imposed on us by the anatomy of our brains, furnishing us with knowledge.” A growing contingent of scholars argue that our “superpower” as a species is not so much our intelligence as our collective intelligence and our capacity … Continue reading Tweet : Cumulative Culture and Human species learning

Tweet: Cynefin decision making framework

Cynefin decision making framework by @snowded is Super cool.The great thing is its simplicity and use of a Contrast Frame distinguishing different #Decision contexts-Simple, Complicated, #Complex, Chaotic, Disorder.We see things clearly when its in a single visible frame. pic.twitter.com/ilPjwhizMu— Kiran Johny (@johnywrites) November 27, 2018 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js

Tweet: Confusion and learning complex information

Most of us assume that confidence and certainty are preferred over uncertainty when it comes to learning complex information. But a new study shows that confusion when learning can be beneficial if it is properly induced, effectively regulated and ultimately resolved. This study is much similar to the theme of Desirable difficulty hypothesis by Robert … Continue reading Tweet: Confusion and learning complex information

Tweet: Success = Quality + Network

This study is really applicable in #Entrepreneurship and #Entrepreneurial #Learning which fits the definition of : "Human activity where #performance is difficult to be quantified objectively," https://t.co/e1wCG8NBXa— Kiran Johny (@johnywrites) November 17, 2018 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js