I’ve noticed lately when I am doing research for an article on The Psychology of Wellbeing, I am inclined to seek out blogs as my sources as opposed to doing my research in peer reviewed research journals. I am surprised to find myself doing this because the intention of this blog is and always has […]
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Where does Radical Game Changing Innovation come From?
By Jeremy McCarthy on December 14, 2010 in Positive Psychology, Wellbeing in the World of Work
Probably my favorite business article of all time was an article about collaboration from Inc. Magazine (from several years ago.) The article was called “The Idiocy of Crowds” and the sub-heading declared, “Collaboration is the hottest buzzword in business today. Too bad it doesn’t work.” The reason the article has stuck with me is because […]