Making Better Decisions
In these three mini lessons, experts from MIT Sloan discuss how to use data and collaborative feedback to improve decision-making for your organization.
Consider Trade-Offs in Decision-Making
Steven D. Eppinger, professor at the MIT Sloan School of Management, details a thorough process for categorizing and analyzing decisions.
Ask for Collaborative Feedback
Hal Gregersen, senior lecturer at the MIT Sloan School of Management, explains how Pixar brings teams together to get product feedback, which in turn gives leaders insight into their own efficacy.
Use Data to Make Better Decisions
Ben Shields, senior lecturer at the MIT Sloan School of Management, shares three steps to consider when using data to make decisions.
Featured Articles on Decision-Making
Analytics & Business Intelligence
Want to Make Better Decisions? Start Experimenting
It’s early in the age of experimentation — and the right time to start building expertise.
Michael Luca and Max H. Bazerman
Dynamic Networks Improve Remote Decision-Making
Decision-making networks perform better when they’re dynamic and respond quickly to feedback.
Abdullah Almaatouq and Alex “Sandy” Pentland
A Structured Approach to Strategic Decisions
A rigorous process for navigating strategic decisions can mitigate errors and improve judgment.
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How Previous Generations Influence Our Decisions
Organizations can use their own histories to strengthen their cultures.
AI & Machine Learning
Justifying Human Involvement in the AI Decision-Making Loop
AI systems can now make accurate, independent decisions — but they still need human inputs.
How to Make Better Decisions About Coronavirus
In unpredictable, high-stress situations, cognitive decision biases may lead to poor decisions.