Cass Sunstein on Getting Past Groupthink

    Jan 24, 2019

    Cass Sunstein defines "groupthink" as "when you have a group of people whose members don’t disclose what they actually know"...Cass Sunstein defines "groupthink" as "when you have a group of people whose members don’t disclose what they actually know" and instead make a decision based on what they think is popular to the group as a whole. This conformity can be disastrous. Luckily Sunstein is here to talk about his new book Wiser: Getting Beyond Groupthink to Make Groups Smarter and how to make informed decisions. AMA_Edgewise_1521.mp3