The habit of seeking and acting on feedback is essential to good thinking, effective problem solving and high performance.
Effective problem solving and decision-making requires that we embrace risk and accept our errors as portals of discovery.
Lebron James seriously miscalculated the effect on his legacy of his recent ESPN self-anointing. How did he miscalculate so egregiously? He was a victim of certainty bias. What is certainty bias and how can you avoid it? Read on at http://prismdecision.com/hra
Chuck Jones and his Warner Brothers colleagues used the “yes” session as a creative alternative to brainstorming when they developed story lines for Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck and other Looney Toons characters. The “yes” session is designed to explore and extend nascent ideas. See the full post at http://prismdecision.com/bugs-bunny-didnt-brainstorm