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How to Decide
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Mishti Sharma@Mishti · 1w
Recommended reading from the town hall: - Chapter 2 of On Liberty by John Stuart Mill, on how to engage with ideological opponents - The Psychology of Money by Morgan House (h/t @Kazem and @ishan) - The Delphi Method of decisionmaking: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Delphi_method - Thinking about when NOT to engage with the other side: https://qz.com/work/1569208/what-facebook-and-twitter-could-learn-from-oprahs-early-years/ (h/t @Nadia) - David French's writing, for a thoughtful conservative take (h/t Annie): https://frenchpress.thedispatch.com
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Mishti Sharma@Mishti · 1w
At this week's town hall, people shared their biggest frustrations with group decisionmaking. A lot here about the unnecessary urge to reach consensus and other points: -Need for so-called “consensus” which I read as kicking the can down the road and conflict aversion - @ejlee -People don't come with their ideal outcome ahead of time, wait for meeting to begin to start thinking deeply etc. - @shl -The group's objectives being subjugated to the organization culture - @rbhu - 95% of people are aligned but 5% are not aligned and find unsolvable holes which can cause unnecessary avalanches. - @theo - Biggest frustration = lack of independent thinking. - @nbt - consensus-seeking and avoidance of 'opinion divergence' - @Kazem - When others (including myself) don't take a chance, wait for other to share first just to test the response of those in the room, failure to enjoy the experience of taking a chance and having courage - @Warrior
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