How to Overcome Biases During Brainstorming Sessions

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New progressive leaders & managers look to remove traditional biases that could derail any kind of innovation.

One such bias is “motivation to conform” or in more layman terms, a room filled with “Yes-people”.

In this McKinsey article, they suggest a possible solution to overcome this is: trying Anonymous brainstorming and silent voting.


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