In a recent post, Richard Clarke, head of business development at Xuber, discusses how B.F. Skinner trained rats to respond in certain ways when promoted by positive reinforcement and stop other behaviors through negative reinforcement.
He extends this analogy to the learned behavior enterprises develop toward legacy systems upgrades. That is, a lot of negative reinforcement occurs when an upgrade is attempted.
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