Biases in Collective Decision-Making – Part 2

Some time ago we discussed about the bias in sharing information within a group. This previous article was the first in a series of three. Today, we will talk about a second bias. Without too much suspense, this bias is called: groupthink. What is it? At first, groupthink, does not appear problematic. Yet this is a… Continue reading Biases in Collective Decision-Making – Part 2

Biases in Collective Decision-Making – Part 1

In groups, all is not a bed of Roses, and forming a group is not enough to make good collective decisions. On the contrary, groups are confronted with several difficulties called in social psychology: biases. In this first article we will see in more details one of the bias, then we will see in future articles… Continue reading Biases in Collective Decision-Making – Part 1