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mgmt1110_summer_course_2013 [2013/06/16 02:31]
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mgmt1110_summer_course_2013 [2013/06/17 04:17]
filination [Biases in class]
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   * [[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Hindsight_bias|Hindsight Bias]] (I gave you a research finding and showed you that no matter what the research finding was you didn't think it was surprising)   * [[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Hindsight_bias|Hindsight Bias]] (I gave you a research finding and showed you that no matter what the research finding was you didn't think it was surprising)
   * [[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Confirmation_bias|Confirmation bias]] (people tend to answer with "​yes",​ people find supporting evidence to things they already believe in)   * [[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Confirmation_bias|Confirmation bias]] (people tend to answer with "​yes",​ people find supporting evidence to things they already believe in)
-  * [[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​False-consensus_effect|False Consensus Bias]] (we showed that we tend to perceive ​outself ​to hold the views of the majority, even when our views regarding politics and taste are in the minority)+  * [[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​False-consensus_effect|False Consensus Bias]] (we showed that we tend to perceive ​ourselves ​to hold the views of the majority, even when our views regarding politics and taste are in the minority)
   * [[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​In-group_favoritism|Ingroup Outgroup Bias]] ([[http://​mgto.org/​in-group-out-group-bias-in-class-experiments-2/​|read my post for what we did in class regarding dark and bright t-shirts]])   * [[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​In-group_favoritism|Ingroup Outgroup Bias]] ([[http://​mgto.org/​in-group-out-group-bias-in-class-experiments-2/​|read my post for what we did in class regarding dark and bright t-shirts]])
   * Selfish irrational behavior, sometimes called [[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Tragedy_of_the_commons|Tragedy of the Commons]] ([[http://​www.abacon.com/​psychsite/​tool_social.html|we showed this in class by students taking all the candy on the table even when I said I would double the number of candies at the end]]) ​   * Selfish irrational behavior, sometimes called [[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Tragedy_of_the_commons|Tragedy of the Commons]] ([[http://​www.abacon.com/​psychsite/​tool_social.html|we showed this in class by students taking all the candy on the table even when I said I would double the number of candies at the end]]) ​
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 ==== ASA model for companies ==== ==== ASA model for companies ====
  
-==== Q: How am I supposed to understand the point "self selection bias - companies want to be acquired by Google"?​ (Organizational Culture Slide 72) ====+** Q: How am I supposed to understand the point "self selection bias - companies want to be acquired by Google"?​ (Organizational Culture Slide 72)**
  
 It’s a bit like with the ASA, but on the organizational level. Companies that want to be bought by Google and integrated into the company already know the Google culture and want to be part of it. Companies that don’t like the Google way wouldn’t try to get Google’s attention but would prefer other companies with a more fitting culture. It’s a bit like with the ASA, but on the organizational level. Companies that want to be bought by Google and integrated into the company already know the Google culture and want to be part of it. Companies that don’t like the Google way wouldn’t try to get Google’s attention but would prefer other companies with a more fitting culture.
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