This webinar will explore how organisations can reduce group think by up to 30%, increase innovative potential by up to 20% and generate greater stakeholder confidence in their decisions
Adjunct Professor, School of Management and Governance, UNSW Business School
Juliet is an Adjunct Professor in the School of Management and Governance, UNSW Business School. She sits on a number of boards and committees, including as Chair of the 30% Club Education Committee and on a US Tech Start-up qChange. Until 2020 she was a Partner in Deloitte Australia.
Join Juliet Bourke as she examines the role of diversity in decision making, innovation and problem solving.
She will cover:
- How diversity of thinking is enabled through a disciplined approach rather than random brainstorming
- How to ensure boards have a breadth of perspective and make use of the full complement of diverse problem-solving approaches
- Effective strategies to delay and counter cognitive depletion
- Practical ways to identify and mitigate unconscious biases
Using the newest edition of her book Which Two Heads Are Better Than One?
Juliet will examine new developments and case studies on this theme.