When making strategic decisions, people are often the victims of predictable errors.
These errors happen not because people are not smart enough or fail to make the time and effort to try to get things right (though those things are sometimes true). Rather, many of these errors can be the result of how our mind processes information and makes judgements.
Join Dr Matthew Mulford in this steelTalks lecture to have an introduction to the sources and types of errors and the steps you can take to overcome them.
Dr Mulford is an adjunct Professor at HEC Paris where he teaches in various HEC Executive Education Programs, both degree and non-degree. He also designs and facilitates HEC customized programs for corporate clients as an Academic Director. In addition to his position at HEC, Matthew is currently a Senior Research Fellow at the London School of Economics and a Visiting Lecturer at the European School of Management and Technology.