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StrategyDriven Decision Making Warning Flag Article

Decision-Making Warning Flag 1d – Distinction Without a Difference

StrategyDriven Decision Making Warning FlagWhile two or more things may be truly the same, people may attempt to characterize them as being different; drawing attention to characteristics or features that are either exactly or materially the same. These individuals seek to draw a distinction between the subject items where no difference exists.


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StrategyDriven Business Performance Assessment Program Warning Flag Article

Business Performance Assessment Program Warning Flag 4 – Effort Bias

StrategyDriven SBusiness Performance Assessment Program Warning Flag ArticleSuperiors often find it difficult to provide critical feedback to those who put their very heart and soul into their work. Individuals receiving such messages tend to interpret them personally; feeling disappointment, regret, and unappreciated.
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StrategyDriven Evaluation and Control Program Warning Flag Article

Evaluation and Control Warning Flag 2 – Absence of Evidence as Evidence of Absence

StrategyDriven Evaluation and Control Warning FlagWhen examining organizational performance, assessors too often fall into the trap of concluding that the absence of adverse outcomes indicates a lack of underlying performance issues. This is an evidential fallacy.


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StrategyDriven Decision-Making Warning Flag Article

Decision-Making Warning Flag 1c – ad hominem: Personal, Not Issue Attacks

“An ad hominem argument, also known as argumentum ad hominem (Latin: "argument to the man", "argument against the man") consists of replying to an argument or factual claim by attacking or appealing to a characteristic or belief of the person making the argument or claim, rather than by addressing the substance of the argument or producing evidence against the claim.


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StrategyDriven Decision-Making Warning Flag Article

Decision-Making Warning Flag 1a – The Gambler’s Fallacy

"The Gambler's Fallacy, also known as the Monte Carlo Fallacy, is the false belief that the probability of an event in a random sequence is dependent on preceding events, its probability increasing with each successive occasion on which it fails to occur."

 
 
 
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