Entrained thinking Blinded to new ways of thinking by perspectives acquired through past experience

Entrained thinking is a conditioned response that occurs when people are blinded to new ways of thinking by the perspectives they acquired through past experience, training, and success. Credit: Dave Snowden & Mary Boone, A Leader’s Framework for Decision Making, Harvard Business Review, 2007 [Status: work in progress] Last updated: 14th March, 2017 Continue reading Entrained thinking Blinded to new ways of thinking by perspectives acquired through past experience