Why bother learning history, when history isn't likely to repeat itself? We take a look at what Cognitive Flexibility Theory tells us about the best way to learn from other people's experiences.
Notes on the expertise of evaluating expertise, from someone who's obsessed with it.
Why it's important not to hold too tightly to any one explanatory narrative during a period of high uncertainty.
Sensemaking is hard. Sensemaking around a possible paradigm shift is even harder. What's the narrative for crypto? What is crypto good for?
Learning to evaluate the expertise of others as a competitive advantage in itself.
How every post about expertise and expertise acquisition on this blog fits together. Also a few things I'm currently investigating.
Refactoring a network of beliefs built on a largely under-examined worldview.
The Strategic Rehearsal is a remarkable cognitive science-based training intervention for business. This is a summary of every Strategic Rehearsal ever published.
Some implications of using the triad mental model of business as a North Star for learning. Part of a series on business expertise.
Cognitive agility is the speed with which an individual is able to update their mental models in response to new information. This is what the study of cognitive agility tells us about how we learn — and fail to learn — in business and in life.