10h00 - 10h30


Unbiased decision making (or how to avoid screwing yourself over)

Whether you’re a chief executive, an investor, or a “simple” citizen, we all take time to take decisions – but are the decisions that we take really all our own? i would like to invite you to explore the universe of biases and the mechanisms that can affect the decision-making process. Using examples (with guaranteed trolling included) I will discuss ad hominem arguments, sunk costs, the anchoring and halo effects, the Simpson paradox, and other biases that can help you to raise arguments or to detect the “rounding errors” made by people you deal with.