Every day in organizations, groups meet to make decisions. Here are four simple ways to help them avoid group think and achieve the wisdom of the crowd.
The world presents us with incalculable possibilities. Why do we so often reject them in favor of stale habit? Why are we inclined to sabotage opportunities for novelty? Embracing the comfort of the status quo is the scourge. Pursuing the adventure of novelty, the tonic.
Feel trapped by the circumstances or challenges you face? Need to reinvent your life? Solve a persistent problem? Renew a relationship? Visionizing is a powerful thinking technique designed to elicit transformative strategies and actions. Visionize and create your future!
With the passage of the Every Student Succeeds Act, New York’s Ed Dept has a huge opportunity to reinvent itself. But is it capable of transformation?
Cognitive biases are insidious precisely because they are unconscious. So insidious that you make a really bad decision and not realize it for years.
Four books on decision-making that I consider ?must read.”
The anchoring effect is an unconscious bias that can dramatically affect your outcome in any negotiation.
Decision-making is a key leadership skill. But leaders rarely if ever receive decision-making training. Prism now offers hands-on training in the Eight Keys to Better Decision-making.
“While books like Daniel Kahneman’s Thinking Fast and Slow bring theoretical ideas to a mass audience … You Are What You Decide takes a big step towards real-world decision-making showing how anyone can improve their decision-making by adopting a few simple behaviors.”
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Edward Tufte has invented the image quilt. You can make your own image quilts using a free Google Chrome plugin. The possible applications, especially in an educational or creative setting, are endless.