The decision-making specialist explains to us why we make such poor decisions during a crisis, including the one we are currently experiencing in the face of the Covid-19 epidemic.
Olivier Sibony explains that in this more than complex period, our perception is influenced by a sum of biases that govern our behavior. He invites us to become aware of it through concrete examples of different types of bias that act before, during and after the crisis. Read more
To understand the secrets hidden behind our ways of thinking and acting in times of crisis, watch the replay!
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