Dallas IIA 2022 February Meeting
February 4, 2022
8:30 am – 11:30 am
Free for Dallas IIA Members ($35 value)
$30 for Non – members ($15 savings)
No one decides to make a bad decision. Yet each day every organization must cope with leaders making non-optimal decisions. Sometimes these decisions are a choice, but other times it is not. Cognitive bias suggest that leaders unknowingly make decisions when their memories are tainted, they act to quickly, fail to appreciate meaning of facts, or have too much information.
In this session, we will explore the Cognitive Bias Codex, discuss strategies for coping with theses bias, and equip you with tools to train others in your organization.
No prerequisites required
Jason MacGregor is an Associate Professor and the Roderick Holmes Chair of Accountancy at Baylor University. His research examines why organizations and individuals fail to fulfill their fiduciary responsibility. His research has been published in a variety of journals including Auditing: A Journal of Theory and Practice, Journal of Accounting and Public Policy, Journal of Business Ethics, Advances in Taxation, Business Horizons, and Todays CPA. In his role at Baylor, he has trained business leaders on developing effective judgment in the United States, Uganda, Zambia, Greece, Peru, Thailand, Guatemala, and the United Kingdom. He is currently the Treasurer of the International Christian Innovation and Entrepreneurship Fund.