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Workshops help your team quantify and explicitly express their key assumptions, resulting in more accurate forecasting.
Learn information-sharing techniques that Good Judgment research has demonstrated to boost collective intelligence.
Tap internal knowledge that outsourced firms cannot easily access. Building your team’s forecasting skills lets your organization achieve ongoing improvements in performance.
Good Judgment training professionals and elite Superforecasters come to your facility to provide in-person training to your strategists and analysts. Workshops are typically designed for groups of up to 25 participants, but can accommodate much larger groups as well.
These two-hour lectures cover fundamental techniques for forecasting, debiasing individual forecasts, and combining individual forecasts into aggregate predictions.
Half-day workshops include an introductory lecture on fundamental techniques for forecasting, as well as a breakout session that provides concrete practice and rapid feedback on the skills taught in the lecture.
Full-day workshops incorporate significantly more material on teaming, with a second breakout session focused on the forecasting issues most relevant to workshop participants, as well as a session on translating problems into specific forecasting questions.
“We received nothing but excitement and appreciation for the event. The analysts loved the chance to sit down for a morning and debate problems, scenarios and analytical techniques. Your team was professional, prepared, engaging and great to work with! Everything flowed really nicely.”Rachel Bode, CEO
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Looking for an in-depth introduction to Superforecasting? Attend one of our worldwide public workshops. Discover how changing your perspective can improve your forecasting accuracy, and practice your new skills in small groups led by professional Superforecasters. You'll also meet and mingle with other professionals who share your interest in making better decisions.