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The Intelligence Trap

Revolutionise your Thinking and Make Wiser Decisions
著者: David Robson
ナレーター: Simon Slater
再生時間: 10 時間 19 分
カテゴリー: 洋書, Non-Fiction

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"A startling, provocative and potently useful book." (Sunday Times)  

あらすじ・解説

What blinkered Einstein and Edison? Why did Steve Jobs and NASA make lethal errors of judgement? How might environmental disaster and social inequality be averted?   

It is time for us to learn a new way of thinking.   

The 21st century presents complex problems that require a wiser way of reasoning, one that recognises our current limitations, tolerates ambiguity and uncertainty, balances multiple perspectives, and bridges diverse areas of expertise.    

Whatever our age and experience, whether a NASA scientist or a school student, we will benefit from wielding our minds with insight, precision, social sensitivity and humility.    

In an exhilarating journey through current research, drawing on insight from Socrates to Benjamin Franklin and some of the world’s most successful industries, award-winning science journalist David Robson shows how to build a cognitive toolkit to help us all maximise our full potential.   

©2019 David Robson (P)2019 Hodder & Stoughton Limited

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  • Lenny montague
  • 2019/06/10

The Bible of the new age

Well communicated, and consistently objective. This book will tear you apart and build you back up with shiny new parts and some good scaffolding.

  • 総合評価
    5 out of 5 stars
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  • Montberte
  • 2019/04/21

Good easy to read book

In particular the education and teamwork section at the end of this book is worth its purchase. The remainder of the book is interesting but less informative.

  • 総合評価
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  • Andris Racko
  • 2020/06/04

Super good!

Wery good book, a lot of good peris data about reserches and many waluable leeds to next books and thinks to learn. Easy and understandible, enjoy to listen. I will listen it agein after a while. The think about "Reflective Competence" Was new to me! 👍

  • 総合評価
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  • Demetri
  • 2020/02/15

Groundbreaking insights

Wonderful book that introduces the concept of evidence based wisdom. Covers personal life, education and organizational life. Filled with practical insights on how one can make better decisions, reduce the impact of our hard wired cognitive blind spots and generally live wiser lives

  • 総合評価
    4 out of 5 stars
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  • sadhia khan
  • 2019/10/05

Interesting points, quite academic

I think within a number of good ideas are raised. However, it can get a little bit tedious. A summary would be great.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2019/10/14

Excellent

A bit slow to start with, then excellent. Thought provoking when it comes to managing risk, and simple mistakes that caused tremendous losses.

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  • KiwiHoria
  • 2020/06/01

Good material

The historical examples are excellent to convey the key insights around biases. I find it amusing that the author engages in similar dogmatic judgement while simultaneously extolling the virtues of cultivating the wisdom to practice curiosity.

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  • Kellie Davis
  • 2019/12/05

Rubbish

Bad science, unquantifiable data Just rubbish Elitist and unhinged The author needs therapy to deal with his obvious inferiority complex