A quick overview of honesty, a foundational asset in Principled Innovation. From sharing honestly about one’s values and seeking to know the truth about others’ values (PI Practice M1), to truthfully facing the facts about the results of prototypes, test runs, and unexpected outcomes (PI Practice P2), honesty prepares us for moral and ethical decision making and helps ensure the best possible solutions (PI Practice M2).
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By: Inside Higher Ed, Jonathan Haber
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Please get to know your values
You don’t have to be nice to political opponents. But you do need to talk to them.
By: Teresa Bejan, Washington Post
Why we believe obvious untruths
By: New York Times, Philip Fernbach and Steven Sloman