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Good for Species Survival, Not So Great For Innovation: 16 Cognitive Biases that can Kill Your Decision Making

A new article on how personal cognitive biases can specifically impact the innovation process within teams and what to do about them step-by-step.

“The purpose of this article is to discuss several key cognitive biases and their effects on decision making within strategic innovation management as well as how to minimize their effects so that team members can contribute optimally to the fuzzy innovation process. They are essential in understanding and managing appropriately to ensure your innovation outputs are most suitable to your challenges and problems identified, rather than being decided upon by instantaneous emotional instinct without objective reflection.

By the end of this article, you will learn:

  • How to identify key innovation related cognitive biases
  • How to challenge them
  • How to make better decisions for innovation outcomes”

Read in full on the Board of Innovation Blog here:

Mike Pinder

About Mike Pinder

Mike Pinder is a design and innovation management researcher and industry practitioner with an interest in external disruptive hacker innovation activities and its impacts on design trajectories within firms. He has a background in strategic innovation and design management methodologies; paired with industry experience in high tech new product development, R&D prototyping and web technology development for new hardware and software platforms.