When Consensus Isn’t Necessary – INSEAD Knowledge

When Internal Networking Undermines Innovation.
Formal and informal communication networks often corrupt rather than complement one another.
By Martin Gargiulo.
http://knowledge.insead.edu/entrepreneurship/when-internal-networking-undermines-innovation-5065?utm_source=INSEAD+Knowledge&utm_campaign=970e62598d-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2016_12_15&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_e079141ebb-970e62598d-249976169

Question the Consensus of Experts
If forecasters are too closely linked, less information can be gleaned from their opinions and decision-makers are more likely to make costly mistakes.
By Anil Gaba.
http://knowledge.insead.edu/strategy/question-the-consensus-of-experts-5072?utm_source=INSEAD+Knowledge&utm_campaign=970e62598d-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2016_12_15&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_e079141ebb-970e62598d-249976169

To Accomplish Difficult Tasks, Combine Discipline With Cheating
Setting stretch goals that incorporate wiggle room is the best way to ensure actual results.
By Nirmalya Kumar.
http://knowledge.insead.edu/blog/insead-blog/to-accomplish-difficult-tasks-combine-discipline-with-cheating-5067?utm_source=INSEAD+Knowledge&utm_campaign=970e62598d-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2016_12_15&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_e079141ebb-970e62598d-249976169

Povl Tiedemann
December 2016

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