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05/27/2010

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Sean Brady

Bob, you may be interested in a phenomenon called the Rashomon Effect named for Akira Kurasawa's masterpiece Rashomon. In the film, four individuals witness an horrific crime. Each then recounts the story with absolute honesty but in mutually contradictory ways. I recently blogged about how to avoid the hazards of the the Rashomon Effect in team decision making: http://www.prismdecision.com/the-rashomon-effect

Bob Eckert

If you're interested in exploring this subject more experientially, along with its impact on your ability to be creative and lead innovation, I'll be conducting a workshop called "Mastering Mental Clutter" at the Creative Problem Solving Institute at the end of June. Learn about the conference at www.cpsiconference.com and about the specific workshop here: http://tinyurl.com/37rzhgw

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