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  1. […] wrote a while back about getting out of the ‘education echo chamber’ and challenging ourselves with people […]

  2. […] and break’ decisions about school and organisational change. The decision-making process and how we seek different influences to inform it continue to fascinate me. There is no one answer or simple prescription that can be […]

  3. […] — I have written before about getting ideas outside the echo chamber and avoiding the Medici Effect.  Are you really getting to the underlying cause, or simply looking at and dealing with the […]

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