Rory Week – Rory’s Reads

Supported by Greenhaven Road Capital, finding value off the beaten path. This post was part of a week of posts about Rory Sutherland. I learned many things, but broadly Sutherland speaks about four big ideas; creative thinking is hard but worth it, rationality is the wrong model, framing and choice architecture change decisions, and butterfly … Continue reading “Rory Week – Rory’s Reads”

Rory Week – Butterflies

Supported by Greenhaven Road Capital, finding value off the beaten path.   This post was part of a week of posts about Rory Sutherland. I learned many things, but broadly Sutherland speaks about four big ideas; creative thinking is hard but worth it, rationality is the wrong model, framing and choice architecture change decisions, and … Continue reading “Rory Week – Butterflies”

Rory Week – Framing

Supported by Greenhaven Road Capital, finding value off the beaten path. This post was part of a week of posts about Rory Sutherland. I learned many things, but broadly Sutherland speaks about four big ideas; creative thinking is hard but worth it, rationality is the wrong model, framing and choice architecture change decisions, and butterfly … Continue reading “Rory Week – Framing”

Rory Week – Irrational

Supported by Greenhaven Road Capital, finding value off the beaten path. This post was part of a week of posts about Rory Sutherland. I learned many things, but broadly Sutherland speaks about four big ideas; creative thinking is hard but worth it, rationality is the wrong model, framing and choice architecture change decisions, and butterfly … Continue reading “Rory Week – Irrational”

Rory Week – Illogic (1/5)

Supported by Greenhaven Road Capital, finding value off the beaten path. This post was part of a week of posts about Rory Sutherland. I learned many things, but broadly Sutherland speaks about four big ideas; creative thinking is hard but worth it, rationality is the wrong model, framing and choice architecture change decisions, and butterfly … Continue reading “Rory Week – Illogic (1/5)”