Changing your mind a sign of weakness? Think again, says Adam Grant

Adam Grant's Think Again has become a runaway hit, snagging the top spot on the New York Times bestseller chart. PHOTOS: W. H. ALLEN, COURTESY OF ADAM GRANT
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In 2018, American organisational psychologist Adam Grant tried to convince a dozen or so Fortune 500 chief executives to try out Remote Fridays, an experiment to allow their staff to work from anywhere once a week. He met with such resistance that he had to shelve the project.

Fast forward to Covid-19 and the great work-from-home shift, and those CEOs are probably kicking themselves.

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