Olelo PM Broadcast: 2020 PDD (Strategic Bus. Mgmt): Vincent Mirabelli – Overcoming Bias for Better Decision Making (9/5/21 – 9/26/21)
Vincent Mirabelli – Overcoming Bias for Better Decision Making
Earn a free Strategic Business PDU by watching the cablecast. Also available after air dates as a Video on Demand on the Olelo Community Media website and PMI Honolulu's member-only Olelo Media Library (requires member-login).
No registration is necessary! Simply tune into Olelo Spectrum Cable channel 53 and Hawaiian Telcom channel 53 and 1053 (HD) to watch. Each subsequent showing is a repeat of the same session.
- Sunday – September 5 – 12pm
- Sunday – September 12 – 12pm
- Sunday – September 19 – 12pm
- Sunday – September 26 – 12pm
Speaker: Vincent Mirabelli, Business Consultant
PMI Talent Triangle: Strategic Business - self-reporting required.
Working with clients across industries and sectors, Vincent empowers leaders and organizations to develop cultures of high process performance and continuous improvement. A founding member of the Love the Process Academy, host of "Analysts After Work," and co-host of the podcast, “Business (Not) As Usual”, Vincent is a highly sought after speaker and instructor in the areas of Business Process, Lean Six Sigma, and Operational Excellence, and has been named a top 25 thought leader on Culture, Change, and Business Management by Thinkers360. He is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP®), Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP®), Certified Customer Experience Professional (CCXP), a Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt, and a trained facilitator of LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® method and materials.
So let's start with the good news; if you are human, you have biases.
They are the framework against which we make many of our decisions each day, from the mundane to the complex. But this is a double edged sword. Our cognitive biases can get us into a lot of trouble around the office (even if that office looks a lot like where you live right now) when we rely on them too much, or worse, allow them to run rampant through self-awareness (or lack thereof.) And that trouble often leads to poor decisions, which generally is bad for business.
But there is hope. By understanding some of the common cognitive biases, and recognizing them in our colleagues (and ourselves), we can mitigate their effects.
In "Overcoming Bias for Decision Making", we'll explore some of the common cognitive biases which impact our work and lives, and learn strategies for overcoming (or at least mitigating) their impact.
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