[FLR] 8 Things Leaders Don’t Know Are Affecting Their Choices Every Day
April 8, 2016| The “Facts” Edition
John Ioannidis, professor of Medicine at Stanford University, produced a paper showing that around 41% of highly regarded science papers were actually false. When they tried to reproduce the results, they were unable to get anywhere near what was accepted as accurate science.
Where does a leader
get the right information to make the best decisions? You cannot always rely your team bringing you all the facts. We all have information that we can shape to create our own bias. You need to balance information with your sense of what is best in order to make the best possible decisions.
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