For Friday, here’s “Seven Distinct Paths of Decision and Action” by Warren Kinston and Jimmy Algie from 1989. This paper describes the seven different approaches to decision-making, but note that it’s really about action.
Social Network Analysis
As part of the shift back to our goals here at The Manasclerk Company, I’ve been looking at what the web has to say (popularly) about “adult underachievers”. Today I found the “advocate for extremely bright children”, Stephanie S. Tolan. Her brief article, “Discovering the Gifted Ex-Child”, describes the trajectory issues that Elliott Jaques & Katherine Cason described in much greater detail.
In my quest for more data about Karen Stephenson’s work, I came across an old New Yorker article by Malcolm Gladwell, the happy camper behind The Tipping Point. The article, “Designs for Working: Why your bosses want to turn your new office into Greenwich Village”, originally appeared 2000 Dec 11. He starts off with a scene from the great Jane Jacobs book, The Death and Life of Great American…