Eccles School professor on how to stop falling for fake expertise

We’ve all been in a meeting with that loud person who somehow manages to overshadow everyone else — even if they don’t really know what they are talking about.

These “proxies of expertise” often end up taking the lion’s share of attention in a given meeting, and can lead to poor decision making and negative side effects, says Bryan Bonner, Management professor at the David Eccles School of Business. But we can take steps to make sure we are listening to the correct person. Read more in strategy+business.

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