Video: Phil Tetlock -What If Thinking & The Power of Counterfactuals

Introduction Via The Situationist Blog

According to new research by management professors Laura Kray and Philip Tetlock, at the Haas School, UC Berkeley, counterfactual thinking — considering a turning point moment in the past and alternate universes had it not occurred — heightens ones perception of the moment as significant, and even fated. Armed with a sense that life may not be arbitrary, counterfactual thinkers, the study suggests, are more motivated and analytical in organizational settings.

Click Here To Watch The Video: Video-Phil Tetlock & The Power of Counterfactuals

About Miguel Barbosa

I run this site.

19. August 2010 by Miguel Barbosa
Categories: Curated Readings, Risk & Uncertainty | Leave a comment

Leave a Reply

Required fields are marked *