Oct 22, 2019
This episode features:
-How to evaluate your chance of successfully completing difficult projects
-Can you be justified in believing that you are an extraordinary person who can do extraordinary things?
-When to trust the advice of others and when not to
-How to fail faster
-How to judge a project based on how well it fails
-How to avoid repeating mistakes
-Why you should want to fail occasionally
-How to make failure more foreseeable: the “premortem”
Klein, G. (2007). Performing a project premortem. Harvard business review, 85(9), 18-19.
Roese, N. J., & Vohs, K. D. (2012). Hindsight bias. Perspectives on psychological science, 7(5), 411-426.
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