Don’t talented people make good decisions and incompetent people make poor decisions? In fact, this reasoning is common but is rooted in neither logic nor rationality. Whether a decision produced desirable results does not necessarily reflect on the talent or savvy of the person behind the decision.
The question is not WHO made the decision, but HOW it was made
In this 10-minute e-Book, discover some of the insights from Olivier Sibony’s book about how to minimize unconscious bias and establish conscious decision-making processes. His practical tips, based on behavioral science, will help challenge implicit frames of reference to think outside the box and make better, smarter choices.