Biases in Decision Making

PROGRAM

Biases in Decision Making




Course Dates:
26/03/2018 To 28/03/2018


Cost:
USD $ 3900

Language of Instruction:
English





Researchers have identified hundreds of cognitive biases that routinely limit rational thinking, distort behavior, and derail decisions. It’s a common human tendency to rely on them because they feel comfortable and help us to resolve issues quickly. But in an uncertain environment, quality decisions are critical. And an important key to better decision-making is learning to avoid biases.

Biases in Decision Making explores six categories of errors that are responsible for poor decisions. The program provides participants with techniques for identifying decision traps, avoiding them, and arriving at better decisions for both individuals and teams.

 


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