The ISLAGIATT Decision making process is a tongue in cheek acronym. It stands for: It Seemed Like A Good Idea At The Time. It’s a slightly humorous phrase, but often many decisions are made like this that should be actually assessed…
Thinking about what we do from different perspectives and with others is very helpful for decision making. Tools like the reframing matrix process help us do this.
This is partly because we all have thinking habits and cognitive biases that restrict our creativity. In particular, these decision making biases often lead us towards bad (or irrational) decisions. Of course, nudges can also lead us to decisions that might not really be in our best interest.
To learn more about creativity, innovation and problem solving, you might enjoy the third of our three podcasts specifically on these topics. It focuses mainly on cognitive processes:
The World of Work Project View
We really don’t need to say any more about the ISLAGIATT Decision Making Process… We just think it’s a fun phrase and so often apt! Though, of course, nearly everyone tries to post-rationalize their decisions. Particularly if they turn out to have been good ones…
Our Podcast is a great way to learn more about hundreds of fascinating topics from around the world of work.
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