Projects per year
My background is in psychology, philosophy, and economics. As a PhD researcher in the Strategy & Organisation department, I am applying cognitive psychological paradigms to investigate the intuitive logics of scenario planning. In particular, I am interested in where heuristic thinking is employed during the process, and how the resulting biases affect the process. As well, I am investigating whether the scenario process has countering effects on biased thinking.
Along with my researh, I am regularly involved with scenario workshops led by George Wright and Ron Bradfield in order to expand my knowledge and gain expertise in leading future practioner-based workshops.
Like many others, I am often involved in side projects and studies. I am quite interested in the study of linguistics and often employ insights from the field into my own work. As well, risky decision making, and decisions under uncertainty are never far from my my own primary investigations.
Master in Science, University of Warwick
1 Sep 2013 → 30 Sep 2014
Bachelor of Philosophy, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi
1 Sep 2010 → 30 May 2012
Bachelor of Arts, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi
1 Sep 2009 → 1 May 2012
Consulting member, Equality and Human Rights Advisory Group for Audit Scotland7 Oct 2016 → …
- decision making
- decision science
- scenario planning
- scenario thinking
- cognitive heuristics
29/03/17 → 29/03/17
Project: Internally funded project › Knowledge Exchange (Conference / Seminar Hosting)
Research Output per year
Behavioural issues in the practical application of scenario thinking: cognitive biases, effective group facilitation, and overcoming business-as-usual thinkingBryson, S., Grime, M. M., Murthy, A. & Wright, G. 29 Jun 2016 Behavioural Operational Research: Theory, Methodology and Practice. Kunc, M., Malpass, J. & White, L. (eds.). London
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Chapter
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Chapter (peer-reviewed)