If I Had (Only) A Hammer – Insights by Guy Higgins

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Abraham Maslow, famous for his hierarchy of human needs, said in 1966, “I suppose it is tempting,…

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AI: Artificial. Yes. Intelligent? – Insights by Guy Higgins

Abstract Artificial Intelligence

I recently read an article from the New York Times, Artificial Intelligence Hits the Barrier of Meaning. The…

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There’s a time and a place for checklists – Insights by Guy Higgins

I recently read a white paper by the Cato Institute, Do Checklists Make a Difference? A Natural…

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Just Thinkin’ About Robots, IoT and AI – Insights by Guy Higgins

Abstract Artificial Intelligence

Cyber security continues to receive intense scrutiny (and some severe criticism), and I’ve been thinking about that….

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Small Failures Result in Big Crises – Insights by Guy Higgins

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I recently read a post by Dr. Bob Chandler about an airline crash that killed 71 people…

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When Everything is Going Well – The Duty of a Leader by Guy Higgins

As I was doing a little research for one of my posts, I came across an aviation…

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Context, Hedgehogs, and Critical Thinking – Insights by Guy Higgins

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I recently read an article online. I’m not going to provide specifics because the specifics aren’t important…

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Skills Shortages – Insights by Guy Higgins

I just came across an article, The Only Manufacturing Skills Shortage That Matters. The article addresses two…

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Guy Higgins On: United Airlines Flight 3411

On April 9, 2017, United Airlines flight 3411 from Chicago to Louisville, KY, was fully boarded when…

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Guy Higgins on: Employee Turnover

I watched the American and National Football Conference Championship games this year. After one game, the announcers…

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