False Premises in Popular Psychology Literature

Most of us now work in teams, in offices without walls, for managers who prize people skills above all. Lone geniuses are out. Collaboration is in.

Susan Cain (Quite: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking)

little in our culture trains, rewards or even seems to notice great collaboration.

Margaret Heffernan (A Bigger Prize: How We Can Do Better Than The Competition)

The old stigmatized C’s associated with coming together and “sharing”–cooperatives, collectives, and communes–are being refreshed and reinvented into appealing and valuable forms of collaboration and community. We call this groundswell Collaborative Consumption.

Rachel Botsman and Roo Rogers (What’s Mine Is Yours)

One Response to “False Premises in Popular Psychology Literature”

  1. Daniel

    These pieces really set a standard in the indystru.