April 22, 2012

happy end and decision making

Basically, bias is hard to eliminate in decision processes. Even though great amount of methods is trying to achieve unbiased decision, bias still exists in each decision. I believe that bias is closely relating to humanity. Every individual is trying to acquire some benefits for his/ her own sake. Through decision process, the bias will have chances to be minimized at the end. The teammates will discuss the issue and vote for the final decision openly. Thus, creating efficient communication platform is essential in all the decision processes. Inevitably, some arguments could happen in this kind of process. However, it should be seen a part of discussion. Through exchanging different opinions, some people might be persuaded by others. Associating with some decision techniques, everyone will be glad to see the happy ending and anticipate the best results after executing their choices.

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