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Why smart people do stupid things
Smart people are not only just as prone to making mistakes as everyone elseâ€”they may even be more susceptible to them. This idea has been dubbed the Intelligence Trap. It explains the flaws in our understanding of intelligence and expertise, and how the decisions of even the brightest minds and talented organisations can backfire.
Aired 6 months ago 53:58
Building and Leading Effective Remote Teams (78)
Alexis Monville, Michael Doyle and I talk about working effectively with remote teams when meeting in person is not possible-- a topic that came up as we collaborated on version two of Alexis' book Changing Your Team From the Inside. The post Building and Leading Effective Remote Teams (78) appeared first on John Poelstra.
Aired 9 months ago 53:58
#1906: Once Upon a Bird Clock
This week on The Best of Car Talk, is the phrase, "Yes, dear," the key to a happy marriage--even if it's delivered with a smirk? The saga of one of Ray's most annoying purchases helps illustrate. In matters automotive, retired math teacher Angelina can't find a formula to back up her husband's claim that bigger tires will improve their Civic's gas mileage. Also, Tom and Ray are guaranteed to diagnose why Leland's Toyota can't pull a hill, if they can figure out what "pull a hill" means; and Tom seizes on one of his most brilliant/wacko/unencumbered-by-the-thought-process explanations for Kim's overheating engine. All this and more this week on the Best of Car Talk.