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Kathryn Schulz

In Defense of Henry David Thoreau

Sierra | Posted 10.29.2016 | Green

OK, Thoreau could be a sourpuss. So what? One doesn't have to be a paragon of niceness to be prophetic.

Why Leaders Should Embrace Being Wrong

Dorie Clark | Posted 04.21.2015 | Small Business
Dorie Clark

Especially in the wake of the 2008 financial collapse, no business leader wants to be seen as mistaken, or misguided, or just plain wrong. But running...

Cleaning the Blackboard

Wendy Adams Mendenhall | Posted 08.18.2013 | Impact
Wendy Adams Mendenhall

First in a series of 12 - Education Unplugged 101 "What do you see on a {clean} surface? Nothing, I replied. ...

Become an Opportunity Maker With Others

Kare Anderson | Posted 11.20.2012 | Money
Kare Anderson

Years ago, a board member brought me into a corporation to lead a team in creating two products that he felt would boost the stock price. Here's how it happened.

Kathryn Schulz On Regret (Premiere)

Posted 12.09.2011 | Technology

In this special year-end collaboration, TED and The Huffington Post are excited to count down 18 great ideas of 2011, featuring the full TEDTalk with ...

Teaching Being Wrong

Elory Rozner | Posted 05.25.2011 | Education
Elory Rozner

We require "internal flexibility and communal permission to backtrack and revise." Can we get schools to value teaching this skill, and skilled educators who can teach this value?

POPTECH 2010: How Not To Save The World

Droga5 | Posted 05.25.2011 | Business

Arriving at solutions that have real impact, but more importantly, don't spawn new problems requires a profound commitment to getting it right. For corporations, this means a number of things.

Being Wrong in a Culture Consumed by Comparison

Carol Smaldino | Posted 12.02.2011 | Home
Carol Smaldino

Being Wrong describes our insistent need to be right as an affliction that covers not only our globe but also the living rooms and bedrooms of many of us too much of the time.