Blind Spot Analysis

What is blindspot analysis?

Blindspot analysis is a method of uncovering erroneous or outdated beliefs that might sabotage organizational decision-making. It is used to make strategic decisions that affect the entire organization and span a longer length of time. Additionally, it can help identify any areas in which an organization is not taking full advantage of its data, allowing businesses to improve their data governance and accuracy. By identifying and addressing weaknesses early on, businesses can avoid larger problems down the road. As such, blindspot analysis is an important tool for businesses to identify and correct any potential blind spots in their data before it causes more serious issues.

See Also

  1. Cognitive Bias
  2. SWOT Analysis
  3. Johari Window
  4. Feedback Loops
  5. Self-awareness
  6. Organizational Culture Assessment Instrument (OCAI)
  7. 360 degree feedback
  8. Gap Analysis