In Part 4 of the video blogs series, we’ll explore one of these tools – bias analysis. The focus of this discussion will be on cognitive biases, not stereotypical biases. https://lnkd.in/eBe9s5x via @YouTube
Through this series of video blogs, we are exploring the various reasons that make strategic leadership of critical importance in today’s business environment, and what makes Applied Innovation a strategic leader’s toolkit.
Strategic leaders innovate. They use tools such as complex problem solving, bias analysis, divergent thinking, scenario planning and fringe mapping.
What limits and constraints do we impose on our ability to make decisions?
We invite you to join your peers and participate in the Applied Innovation Program this May, and learn more about how your own biases affect your decision-making, and how to use bias analyses as an innovation tool.
Horseshoe Valley Resort, Barrie, Ontario
May 26-31, 2019
This program leads to two professional credentials: the PAIn™ [Professional Applied Innovation] designation by successfully completing this Program, and the P.Log [Professional Logistician] designation by also completing two online modules on Supply Chain & Logistics. www.loginstitute.ca
This will be a public statement of your capabilities as a 21st Century Strategic Leader, with the capacity to embrace the challenges of change and innovation and capture the full human potential across the entire organization.
I hope to see you in May.
The Logistics Institute