Author Topic: Psychology of Misjudgment #7. Kantian Fairness Tendency  (Read 1163 times)

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Re: Psychology of Misjudgment #7. Kantian Fairness Tendency
« Reply #10 on: June 30, 2020, 02:45:24 PM »
In regards to fairness tendency Charlie points out that people often have the naturally occurring desire to treat others fairly, but this is not always the most effective way to structure an organizations policies. And example of this would be implementing a policy that a ship’s captain will be fired if their ship sinks no matter what caused the accident.  “A captain who vows to go down with the ship is much less likely to take that fatal dip.”


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Re: Psychology of Misjudgment #7. Kantian Fairness Tendency
« Reply #11 on: June 30, 2020, 03:08:05 PM »
I've always found that the 'rule of 3' works very well  :)

1. Sh1te happens. When somebody crosses you. accept the one-time cost - but have a friendly quiet word with them afterwards.
2. Angels tithe. When you're crossed again, accept the cost, but take precautions. Blunt discussion with the tone deaf.
3. Horse's head. Maximum recompense, no holds barred, try not to enjoy yourself too much.

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Oh, I love this.. especially Marlon Brando's #3

"Try not to enjoy yourself too much" LOL

Man's got to know his limitations ...
https://video.search.yahoo.com/yhs/search?fr=yhs-symantec-ext_onb&hsimp=yhs-ext_onb&hspart=symantec&p=a+man+has+no+know+his+limitations#id=3&vid=806b595af7f61ef8447fadee1c6baf01&action=click

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