Understanding Blindspot Analysis

Understanding Blindspot Analysis

Introduction

Ever had to face a scenario where you did everything right yet it somehow went wrong? The idea was flawless. The execution was flawless. Yet there was this one factor which you never anticipated and that ruined the entire thing? So why is it that such carefully handled decisions go wrong? Is it that the research wasn’t enough? Partially yes, this happens when the researcher goes through the process intensively. Yet misses out a few key factors which make the entire project or decision crumble.

When a decision maker fails to cover key factors it results in the entire result getting badly done. You need to know that every key aspect is important and make sure we cover them before taking the decision. A blind spot is an aspect of the project which we have not been intensive with regarding research. This means that the aspect wasn’t paid enough research and it can result in the decision crumbling. We may have numerous blind spots present in the project so that can cause a lot of problems. We may know our own personal blind spots but we cannot know the blind spots for everyone in the team, can we? It is up to them to point it out.

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