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Daily Archive November 2nd, 2006

Do meetings make for worse decisions?

Filed in Research News
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IMPROVING DECISION MAKING BY NOT MEETING FACE-TO-FACE Scott Armstrong of Wharton has recently polled the mailing lists of decision experts looking for evidence that face-to-face meetings lead to more accurate forecasts and better decisions than alternatives such as virtual teams or prediction markets. He found none. Evidence-based Armstrong comes down on the side of the […]