How to Use Experts - and When Not To

We make important decisions every day — and we often rely on experts to help us decide. But, says economist Noreena Hertz, relying too much on experts can be limiting and even dangerous. She calls for us to start democratizing expertise — to listen not only to "surgeons and CEOs, but also to shop staff."

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Submitted 11:16 am, November 16, 2016

Thought provoking!


Submitted 8:08 am, December 4, 2016

I agree with provoking, but Noreena has a nice point of view about our belief in experts.


Submitted 9:18 am, October 24, 2016

We make most of the important decisions everyday. Some got passed in parliament and some got more focused from UN Charters and from some strong policies from European Union and some strategy to deal decisions from G8 meetings as well. Experts deals really in good manner to prove themselves as an independent diplomat and as a potential to protect lives. In my opinion from last 65 years after evolved of UN Charter, I believe now a days experts lack in continuing arrangements between countries for peace, security within their own region and between world. AS collective ideas lack in experts. Exception!

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