Project Management and Critical Thinking

Posted on: February 11th, 2019 by admin

There are a good many cognitive biases that can impact discerning the truth or what is valid and true. Yet knowing what is valid and true is important for any business decision and especially for project managers, that are often part of decision arm and execution arm of the business objectives. In this presentation, we will review the need for critical and objective thinking in the project management discipline, along with some obstacles that come with the demands of the organization upon its people.












Metrolina PMI Cabarrus Community

Posted on: February 10th, 2019 by admin

Project managers and teams of all organizations have experienced this common conundrum:
their team members are capable, intelligent and well equipped, yet do things that appear to
make no sense. The  signs of bias at work here are hard to see, but that is most likely the case.

In his talk, Jon Quigley will reveal how cognitive bias impacts work, the most common biases we are likely to be affected by, and how they influence selection of strategies, team development, and other areas. The takeaway from the session will include ways to transform a group of individuals into a
whole that is larger than its parts.

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