Saturday, January 14, 2012

Groupthink, revisited.

It's always interesting when the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal intersect (usually, they're two different worlds).  Today's WSJ story (here) suggests that rotating accounting firms will help in avoiding the too-close relationship that develops between the accounting firm and the client over time, and today's NYT article (here) suggests that the combined ideas of many aren't always better than the solitary ideas of a single smart person.

Reminds me of one of my favorite websites (here).  In particular, check out this one and this one