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Category Archives: social norm
*No one believes, but everyone thinks that everyone believes…
Posted on August 29, 2011 by Dr. Aliye Kurt - Suedhoff
It is almost an implicit assumption that teams can make better decisions and perform tasks better than individuals can. This is true in certain circumstances and for certain decisions and tasks – but not always. For one, there are the … Continue reading →
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Three fundamental human needs (Part 4): Can we be both autonomous and connected at the same time?
Posted on Juli 28, 2009 by Dr. Aliye Kurt - Suedhoff
I think this is a question that many people struggle with from time to time. The apparent conflict lies in thinking in terms of being autonomous/ independent versus connected as if these are two opposite ends of a continuum. If … Continue reading →
Do I need to change my stereotype about the Dutch?
Posted on April 04, 2009 by Dr. Aliye Kurt - Suedhoff
Yes, I took too long of a break from writing, and I have many exciting things to write about – from my trip to Turkey, to the inspiring seminar panel “From Diversity to Inclusion” organized by the Netherlands – Canadian … Continue reading →
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