New phrases such as ‘productive doubt’ are surfacing throughout the world, which come with negative connotations. When did you last hear ‘I don’t know’ or ‘I’m not sure’ and what response did you give?
We seek certainty, guidance and direction so look on doubt as destructive but it can also be productive and powerful.
Chris Matchan and Dr Trevor Morrow return to this annual leadership business breakfast to provide two sessions. The first will be an overview of some of the theories and ideas that are in the literature that help us to make sense of uncertainty. This will include understanding wicked problems and the idea of productive doubt, the measurement problem, competing commitments, values and victim behaviour.
The second session will be interactive with delegates working on specific 'uncertainty' problems.
Come ready to join in.
Translating thinking into action
Presented by Trevor Morrow | University of Aberdeen Business School
Presented by Chris Matchan | University of Aberdeen Business School
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