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Gather Information Without Cross-Influence or Biases

Do you need independent ratings, resources, estimations, and ideas?

Decisions often can be subject to manipulation and bias. Cognitive biases often cause team decisions to be based on bad choices or deliver poor results. They include anchoring and priming effects, which prevent good decisions and bias choices toward bad decisions. In groups, claims, justifications, hiding and exaggerated risks manipulate decisions or force them without alternative. This leads to frustration and people opting out of participating to bring about good solutions.

Decisions made with the DecisionMaker incorporate anonymous, real-time information. During a rating, estimation or information-gathering, everybody provides their rating or resources independently. At the end, all participants see the result, as well as the factors that went into it, anonymously and openly.

How does the DecisionMaker work here?

Our research show that biases, influence, and manipulation are corrected through DecisionMaker usage because it requires open, anonymous, and focused participation. Behavioral Economics shows that cognitive biases like the anchoring effect, loss aversion and bandwagon effect are always in play and cause irrational decisions.

But, there’s hope: Digitized Decision Making Management (dDMM) ensures 100% participation and corrects individual and group biases by avoiding the anchoring effect in large groups and requiring resources from the group to converge to a jointly supported decision.

How do I use it?

To eliminate bias and enjoy making good jointly-supported decisions with your team, you can use the DecisionMaker. First, create a Decision Making Process. Next, use or create as many KiE Scales as you’d like to gather ratings, resources, estimations, and ideas. Finally, end the Decision Making Process.

Bias is eliminated with the 3 specific elements of the KiE Scale clearly drive participants’ focus toward action. They also activate all participants’ intuition and cognition to lead to a conscious decision. The competencies of all participants are necessarily gathered and flow directly into the Decision Making Process. Participation become 100% and the ratio of questions to answers for feedback settles at an ideal level of 50% questions and 50% answers.

To gather ratings, resources, estimations, and ideas without bias, you can make a KiE Scale and use it an any Decision Making Process or survey. There are five steps:

Information gathering becomes clearly focused through the leading question and the KiE scale type and the meaning areas that actives intuition and cognition at the same time.

Learn more:Making Decisions is the Core of remote Collaboration