We Fix Broken People Decision Making Activity

£25.00

The we fix broken people decision making activity takes place in The “We Fix Broken People Hospital” in Bodge, who are the proud recipient of a new kidney dialysis machine.
The machine is a technological miracle, a godsend to those with kidney disease it prolongues the life of those suffering from otherwise terminal cases of kidney disease.

The machine functions just as a healthy human kidney would. By being hooked up to the machine for twenty four hours a week, patients are less likely to die of their kidney complaint than from some other ailment, unconnected with their kidney disorder.

Recognising bias in decision making can help us to avoid them. We all take mental shortcuts which help us reach quick judgements when we have little time which can result in flawed decisions and result in bias. This team activity enables consensus decision making and provides a platform from which to explore bias

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The we fix broken people decision making activity takes place in The “We Fix Broken People Hospital” in Bodge. The hospital are the proud recipient of a new kidney dialysis machine.

This machine is a technological miracle, a godsend to those with kidney disease it prolongues the life of those suffering from otherwise terminal cases of kidney disease. The hospital needs your help to make a decision.

The machine functions just as a healthy human kidney would. By being hooked up to the machine for twenty four hours a week, patients are less likely to die of their kidney complaint than from some other ailment, unconnected with their kidney disorder.

The doctors have submitted to you, the committee the names of 8 people for 2 places on the machine.

You have also been provided with a brief biography of each person appearing on the list. It is assumed that each person has an equal chance of staying alive if allowed to use the machine.

You have been asked to decide which 2 people from the list will have access to the machine.

Recognising bias in decision making can help us to avoid them. We all take mental shortcuts which help us reach quick judgements when we have little time which can result in flawed decisions and result in bias.

This team activity enables consensus decision making and provides a platform from which to explore bias

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