Category Archives: Group decision making

Simply facilitating complexity

I was just this morning writing to a friend that natural structures structure themselves. Then I ran into a piece about design not using complexity theory. I think these issues are related. Facilitating complexity comes naturally to me, because I … Continue reading

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Zeven aanbevelingen voor zeer effectieve besluiten

De paradox van groepsbesluitvorming houdt in, dat je minder risico loopt met een willekeurig besluit, dan met een verkeerd besluit waarbij we minder risico lopen. Op hun bescheiden website geven Uta en Chris Frith inzicht in de sociale kant … Continue reading

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How to improve group decision making – Be biased towards bias

Bias is an universal given in decision making. Most drivers think they’re better then average drivers and most decision makers drive cars too. Just like crowded road brings the average speed down and irons out the extremes, so a group … Continue reading

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