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Naive Intervention Part 2: It is a Matter of Survival, not Efficiency!

In Part 1 of this series I covered the problem that humans grossly overestimate our human rational capability and the power of non-emotional narrative in the form of theories and models. In this post on risk assessment and decision making I continue to quote freely from

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Social BPM Methodology: The Triple Oxymoron

I consider ‘Social-BPM’ as a combination of Social and BPM software an oxymoron. Social networking and BPM automation are at opposite ends of the human interaction spectrum. BPM flowcharts are decomposed complicated structures and social networks are complex adaptive systems.

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Max J. Pucher
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