Business biases that lead to dysfunction

06/9/2013 | Fast Track, The

Research shows common biases in the workplace make us irrational and lead to dysfunctional patterns of decision-making, Eva Rykrsmith writes. For example, action-oriented bias is optimistic about the future without taking into account negative events. To overcome it, we need to map out uncertainties and encourage dissent, she writes.

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