Decision Making, Not Decision Faking:
How To Untell The Big Lie Underlying Business
by Stowe Boyd, exploring the future of work
We like to tell ourselves that business decisions are made rationally, applying logic and expertise, sifting evidence, and carefully weighing alternatives. Unfortunately, we don’t really make decisions that way - most of the time we fake it, instead.
The combination of cognitive biases, limited attention spans, and the tendency to overestimate our competence in areas we know little about add up to a lamentable tendency toward bad judgment. But we can change. And change we must, because decision making effectiveness is 95% correlated with business performance.
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