How to Overcome the Bias We Have Toward Our Own Ideas
Harvard Business Review , Volume hbr.org - Issue online
Innovative manufacturers routinely encourage employees to generate ideas for improved products and processes. At Toyota, for instance, employees submit more than 700,000 implemented kaizen process improvement ideas every year.
A machine operator might propose a tool modification that would help increase the throughput rate, or a forklift driver might suggest that stacking containers in a different way could improve materials flow. [...]
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Sting, F.J, Fuchs, C, M. Schlickel (Maik), & Alexy, O.T. (2019). How to Overcome the Bias We Have Toward Our Own Ideas. Harvard Business Review, hbr.org(online). Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/116472