Tag Archives: cognitive bias

Foresight & Surprise at LIFT 13

I had the pleasure of giving a talk at LIFT 13 in Geneva on the topic of networks, foresight and strategic surprise. It was an extraordinary event, one of the best I’ve been to in years. I highly recommend going if you haven’t already. Summary of my talk In the talk I went over two […]

Overcoming cognitive bias in group decision-making

I just posted a short white paper, extracted from a larger work in progress, highlighting the need for participatory group techniques designed to overcome cognitive bias in group decision-making. Here is an excerpt: Climate change requires systemic understanding of linked cause and effect, remote in both time and space. Studies of human decision-making reveal several […]