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Authenticity; Against Root Cause, Against Metrics; Thinking Tools. TPL #98

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May 28 · Issue #98 · View online
Links, notes and opinions for leaders in the tech industry.

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A note on articles: Medium seems to be trying out some kind of subscription/membership deal. Let me know if it gets in the way. And an increasing number of articles now have large “sign up” overlays. Again, let me know if these are getting in the way, and I’ll avoid them.

Authenticity
Had some fun in the last couple of weeks sorting out my thoughts on authenticity whilst building a workshop around it (thanks to Chad at Yelp for kicking it off).  A powerful, but subtle and slippery (not to mention much-bullshitted about) topic.
Dr. Jordan B. Peterson - Authentic Speech: How to Speak the Truth
Authentic Speech: What Is It and Why Should You Care?
How to Become an Authentic Speaker
How to Detect Lies: Micro Expressions – Nick Babich – Medium
The Compartments We Devise | CorporateIntel
Contrarian Views
The Cult of the Root Cause - Reinertsen & Associates
Against Metrics: How Measuring Performance by Numbers Backfires | Aeon Ideas
Thinking
General Thinking Tools: 9 Mental Models to Solve Difficult Problems
You Probably Have a Bias for Making Bad Decisions. Here's Why.
Communication
The Owner’s Word Weighs a Ton – Signal v. Noise
If the Angry Could Hear What the Calm Do Not Say, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
Quotes
“We must risk delight. We can do without pleasure, but not delight.”
           Jack Gilbert
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