Beware the Watermelon Scorecard

The Watermelon Scorecard is a term coined by University of Tennessee researchers to explain how a supplier may be meeting a buyer’s required specifications, but is not really collaborating to drive innovative value over the long term for the buyer. In essence, the scorecard is green on the outside but red on the inside! The trend over the last […]

The Riddle of Experience versus Memory

I’ve written about the Nobel laureate Daniel Kahneman and his groundbreaking work on cognitive biases and behavioral economics both here and more recently in my regular column for Outsource Magazine—but I wanted to share a TED video of his in which he talks about how our “experiencing selves” and our “remembering selves” perceive happiness differently. Kahneman, professor emeritus of Psychology at […]