Dan Gardner
Journalist and Co-Author, Superforecasting

Corporations and governments spend fortunes on forecasting every year, but realistically we are all forecasters in some shape or form. We frequently draw conclusions and make decisions based on the analysis of experts, complex models and even our own pre-conceived notions; but how often do we bother to ask how accurate are these forecasts really? In this provocative presentation, based on his New York Times bestseller, Superforecasting, Dan Gardner explores the style of thinking most likely to deliver accurate forecasts and how we can target our efforts to become better forecasters.

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The Art and Science of Prediction


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