Daily Archives: March 14, 2012

Religion, Transcendence and Group Selection: Jon Haidt’s View

I guess since I first read Darwin as a late teenager I have assumed that group selection was the case, that organisms that successfully bonded together would thrive against those that did not. I guess this was my Welsh mining … Continue reading

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Medical Errors Kill 100,000: Conflict, Process Discipline and the Medical System

I love American surgeon Atul Gawande’s book ‘The Check List Manifesto‘, which is the inspiration behind the Creative Conflict Model of this blog, which is itself a conflict check list or process discipline. Atul shows very clearly the massive difference, … Continue reading

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In Goldman Sachs We Trust? Conflict of Interest on Wall Street? Surely Not

I still recall that my favorite book on the 1929 Wall Street Crash, by John Kenneth Galbraith, ‘The Great Crash’ has a chapter called ‘In Goldman Sachs We Trust‘, which was I recall intended ironically. I also lived next to … Continue reading

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50,000 Hits! Thanks to All Our Readers and Inspirers!

We just made our 50,000th hit. Thanks to all our readers for this, and keep spreading the message. And my particular thanks for the inspiration (‘think outside the box’) to start something like this blog to my old friend and … Continue reading

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