Embrace Novelty with Slow Thinking

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The greatest enemy of success is not ignorance, but the illusion of knowledge. --- Stephen Hawking

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Hey, not so fast!

Fast thinking is our default mode of thinking. Nobel prize in eco­no­mics winner Daniel Kahne­man has proven that it works flaw­lessly in a com­pletely familiar environ­ment - but only there.

Any pro­jects that are not an abso­lute routine for all actors require the opposite mindset. Therefore, novel initiatives (including new projects) require slow thinking!

In this 90’ online session you will:

  • Explore the power of slow thinking to navigate through uncertainty and lead better decision-making in highly complex initiatives
  • Discover the principles and techniques of slow thinking
  • Find new tools to support slow thinking in meetings.

The authors of the "manifesto for slow-thinking in projects" give some thought provoking inputs and we will discuss and share out ideas in small groups. Aha-moments guaranteed!

This session is co-costed by: Oana Juncu, Frank Habermann, and Karen Schmidt

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