Cognitive biases are the way a person understands events, facts and other people, which is based on their own particular set of beliefs and experiences and may not be reasonable or accurate. We all have cognitive biases as we’re human. Depending on who you ask, there are nearly 200 cognitive biases.
Where cognitive biases appear in projects – when estimating time, cost, benefits etc – they can have significant impact on project business cases, schedules and budget. In this session, we’ll look at how the PMO can use templates, processes and assurance activities counteract the top 5 biases relevant to project management.
Which bias will we cover? Join us on the session and find out more: