Calibrating confidence

  Overconfidence describes an individual’s overestimation of their actual ability, performance, level of control, or chance of success. Experts in a variety of fields including business, medicine and law have been found to display it. It can lead to errors in judgement about performance levels, diagnoses, or how much control can be exerted in a… Read More

It’s in the rules

With Brexit promising to drag out longer than the US Presidential elections and our media and politicians already beginning to generate high levels of vitriol, it is worth taking a step back and looking at Brexit from a slightly different perspective. Brexit is essentially about deciding which set of rules we are going to adopt.… Read More

Reality Check

A landmark decision by an Employment Tribunal, which ruled that Uber drivers should be classified as workers will have far reaching consequences for many businesses that operate similar technology platforms. In the 40 page document that set out the Tribunal’s reasons for its judgement – the gap between the way Uber said it operated and… Read More