Don't Trust Your Brain! - The Neuroscience of Project Decision Making
Dan Suciu - Lecturer, PhD @ Computer Science, UBB
Simona Bonghez - CEO @ Colors in Projects
Live from Conference Hall
10th November, 14:45-15:45
Leaders are required to make good decisions under huge amounts of pressure and time constraints. Studies confirm that 95% of these decisions are the result of an intuitive approach and not of rational logic. What can we do about it? In this session, we will reveal some of the most important mental traps that can impact our decisions and, through a series of real-life experiments, we will discuss practical ways to deal with them in our projects.
Computer Science, UBB
Dan is a speaker, author, coach, and consultant in agile and predictive project management. He is partner at Colors in Project and lecturer at the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science at Babes-Bolyai University where he delivers trainings and courses on Agile Methodologies, Project Management and Databases. He has more than 20 years of software development experience, more than half of which spent coordinating teams of various sizes as technical leader, Project Manager, Scrum Master or Director of Delivery. He graduated from the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science of the Babes-Bolyai University in Cluj Napoca and since 2000 has a PhD in Informatics. Dan is passionate about video games and animated movies.
Colors in Projects
Simona Bonghez, PhD, trainer and consultant, owner of Colors in Projects, has over 20 years of experience in delivering training and consulting services in management and project management. Simona thinks that she would not have come this far without a good sense of humor. She really believes that games and metaphors are powerful tools for having interactive and enjoyable experience sharing sessions, thus enforcing the learning process.