With the election behind the nation, there is now urgency to achieve bi-partisan agreement that prevents sequestration and the so-called fiscal cliff. Clear thinking and sound decision-making will require that we all avoid putting on the blinders of partisan bias.
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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 https://prismdecision.com/hra
Most of us believe that multitasking increases our productivity. That belief turns out to be an illusion. Read on for the fully post at https://prismdecision.com/multitasking-illusion
Often, when making difficult decisions, we choose what is familiar and reject novelty. We favor the status quo because it is “within our comfort zone.” This is a natural human tendency. However, new research reported in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences demonstrates that effective decision makers need to beware of the potential pitfalls of “status quo bias.”