Rutger Bregman (@rcbregman) tweeted at 5:20 AM – 4 Jun 2019 :
5/ Could it be that a large part of what we call the ‘knowledge economy’ is constructed in this way? That highly educated managers and consultants make simple things as complex as possible, so that they are needed to manage all that complexity? (http://twitter.com/rcbregman/status/1135868838900379648?s=17)
inspectors of inspectors – too much
Rutger Bregman (@rcbregman) tweeted at 5:17 AM – 4 Jun 2019 :
1/ So often, we think that big problems require complex solutions. This is what I call the ‘complexity bias’. People who suffer from this bias have become so ‘educated’ that they don’t see the most obvious and effective solutions anymore. (http://twitter.com/rcbregman/status/1135868126371991552?s=17)
Rutger Bregman (@rcbregman) tweeted at 5:22 AM – 4 Jun 2019 :
7: Which reminds me of this Buckminster Fuller quote: ‘The true business of people should be to go back to school and think about whatever it was they were thinking about before somebody came along and told them they had to earn a living.’ (http://twitter.com/rcbregman/status/1135869519271026689?s=17)
tech as it could be..