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Works of Brilliance Come From Great Processes, Not Great Ideas

You rarely see how the sausage got made

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Co-authored by Robin M. Hogarth

Think of a creative concept that helped to shape the life and culture of the 21st century.

Harry Potter is one example. So is Google. The personal computer is another one.




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behavioral scientist, co-author of The Myth of Experience

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