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The Psychology of Good and Bad Judgment

HRExaminer Weekly Edition v6.43 November 13, 2015


 
Why do so many smart people make so many dumb decisions? Dr. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, the CEO of Hogan Assessments and Professor of Business Psychology at University College London and Columbia University, discusses the psychology of how to make smarter decisions (and avoid looking dumb). Read, Book Smart vs. Street Smart – The Psychology of Good and Bad Judgment. You can also listen to Dr. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic live on HRExaminer Radio next Wednesday November 18, (7AM Pacific, 10AM Eastern, 3PM GMT).

We share and publish information on the Internet in the blink of an eye. How often do you run afoul of copyright law without even knowing it? Heather Bussing explains how to stay on the right side of the law in, Copyright and the Internet.

This week on HR Tech Weekly: The Achievers open recognition API, The coming battle for interface primacy, CEB Acquires Wanted Technologies, Uber’s algorithm more controlling than the real boss, Facebook usage changing, messaging apps growing, and Google’s neural network wants to write your emails for you. Listen to Episode 45 of HR Tech Weekly.

In Episode 123 of HR Examiner Radio, John Sumser speaks with Kevin Wheeler, Founder and President of the Future of Talent Institute.


This Week's Articles

 
Book Smart vs. Street Smart – The Psychology of Good and Bad JudgmentBook Smart vs. Street Smart – The Psychology of Good and Bad Judgment
In the real world, there is rarely enough time or information to make a reasoned decision, and even if there were, there is no pre-defined formulae to solve the problems we have.
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Copyright and the InternetCopyright and the Internet
Copyright covers every expression of ideas — including print, music, plays, artwork, film and recordings, and digital works such as computer programs or databases. Copyright does not cover the ideas themselves. Where does this leave works on the Internet?
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HR Tech Weekly: Episode #45: Stacey Harris and John SumserHR Tech Weekly: Episode #45: Stacey Harris and John Sumser
This week: Achievers open recognition API, The coming battle for interface primacy, CEB Acquires Wanted Technologies, Uber’s algorithm more controlling than the real boss, Facebook usage changing, messaging apps growing, and Google’s neural network wants to write your emails for you.
Listen Now »


 
HRExaminer Radio: Episode #123: Kevin WheelerHRExaminer Radio: Episode #123: Kevin Wheeler
John Sumser talks with Kevin Wheeler, Founder and President of the Future of Talent Institute.
Listen Now »



 
 

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    Tuesday November 17, 2015 7AM Pacific / 10AM Eastern
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    Wednesday November 18, 2015 7AM Pacific / 10AM Eastern
    Dr. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, CEO, Hogan Assessment System
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