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Hindsight Bias: How to Be Smart About Reviewing Your Past Decisions

Look at the results AND the process

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Have you ever had that feeling of “I knew that was a bad idea!” after something went wrong? Or perhaps you’ve heard someone else say that very same phrase. What you are observing there is called hindsight bias.

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