Lawrence Atkinson

Understanding the Science of Change

by on Dec.05, 2012, under LA's Blog

 Understanding the Science of Change

Change lights up an area of the brain, the prefrontal cortex, which is like RAM memory in a PC. The prefrontal cortex is fast and agile, able to hold multiple threads of logic at once to enable quick calculations. But like RAM, the prefrontal cortex’s capacity is finite—it can deal comfortably with only a handful of concepts before bumping up against limits. That bump generates a palpable sense of discomfort and produces fatigue and even anger. That’s because the prefrontal cortex is tightly linked to the primitive emotional center of the brain, the amygdala, which controls our fight-or-flight response. Kevin Sparks has been trying to get his staff to change the way it monitors and supports the data center …


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