Three Key Biases in Organizational Decision Making - What blinds us from seeing the obvious?
As leaders, we often find ourselves under pressure to make decisions in uncertain and ambiguous situations. In such circumstances, decisions can be made based on instinct, something that leaves our stakeholders exposed to our own prejudices and blind spots. Responsible leaders ought to be aware of the biases that threaten rational decision-making and the effective management of difficult situations in the workplace.
Join Professor Rob-Jan de Jong as he pinpoints three of the main biases that prevent organizations taking coherent and the right decisions.
Behavioral strategist, Executive Educator and Consultant at Vongolo Consulting
Associate at several renown and prestigious business schools around the world - including Wharton, Thunderbird, Skolkovo, Sabanci and Nyenrode - teaching topics related to leadership, visioning, strategy, decision making and innovation (mostly from a behavioral perspective).
Behavioral Strategist, Author of "Anticipate", Executive Educator, Consultant - Fusing strategy and leadership