In aanvulling op mijn boekenkast hebben onderstaande artikelen mij ook geholpen bij het begrijpen van wie wij zijn, wat wij doen en hoe we als mens(heid) onszelf en elkaar kunnen helpen ontwikkelen. Alle artikelen op deze lijst kan ik aanraden om te lezen, de één natuurlijk meer dan de ander.

Als start, als je al onderscheid kunt maken tussen alle parels in de lijst, kun je beginnen met:

  • Good communication that blocks learning over enkelslag en dubbelslag leren
  • Every good regulator of a system must be a model of that system over besturen van systemen
  • Why people punish defectors: weak conformist transmission can stabilize costly enforcement of norms in cooperative dilemmas over de handhaving van samenwerking in gemeenschappen
  • Structure of scientific discovery over onderzoek en ontdekkingen
  • If you want to get ahead, get a theory over leren
  • What is strategy? over onderscheidend vermogen van organisaties

En dan nu de lijst...

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