How you know what you think you know, & Values ‘n Facts

In last Wednesday’s HBR blog post titled “How Do You Know What You Think You Know”, Neil Bearden highlights the importance of asking the question “How do you know that?”.

In Oneslate, you can record for immediate self-validation and for future reference how you know what you know by building explicit logic trees that demonstrate their summary.  Then, as new information develops, the tree can be interlinked with additional information or even re-rated itself, for an up to date knowledge graph accessible to anyone with privileges on the private, shared Oneslate instance.

On the same day, Robin Hanson blogged at Overcoming Bias in his post “Beware Value Talk”, arguing that while both values and facts matter for decisions, facts usually matter more.