The discipline of making better decisions: overcoming natural biases

This article is inspired from our Videocast collection in collaboration with Olivier Sibony, author, strategic decision-making expert and member of the CrossKnowledge Faculty!

When making decisions individually or as a team, it’s very difficult to overcome some natural biases that we tend to have. Prioritizing the short term over the long term, looking for ways to prove ourselves right or avoiding to challenge ourselves by considering multiple options are things that we all tend to do, whether in business or in our personal lives. These behaviors and ways of thinking can prevent us from being objective and therefore from making the best possible decisions. Here are some of the most common biases to look out for, and tips on how to avoid them!

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