Posts Tagged ‘Psychology’

Misinformation and Disinformation

We have of late experienced an accelerating infodemic of misinformation and disinformation.  The former relates to erroneous information that is forwarded without the sender realizing it is erroneous.  The latter concerns information that is intended to deceive.  In this post, I highlight a reading list of a dozen sources that, in effect, provide a short […]

When No One Owns the Problem

There are many problems in our societies, our organizations, and our relationships that no one wants to own.  Owning a problem implies a responsibility for solving it.  If one recognizes a problem but does not own it, one can often comfortably wait for others to solve it.  After all, the problem is not yours. The […]

Stories

I have been thinking about the roles stories play in our lives.  By story, I mean an account of past events or the evolution of something.  Of course, a story can also be an entertaining account of imaginary or real people and events.  Many stories provide a combination of explanation and entertainment. Stories usually have […]