Venture Capitalists, Cognitive Bias, And The Dangers Of Learning From The Past

Venture capitalists tend to focus on the tried and true — the models of success that they know have worked in the past. While that may work for awhile, ignoring new and innovative ideas doesn’t seem like an effective way to identify successful ventures in the long-term. Sonya Mann shares why it can be dangerous for VCs to rely too heavily on cognitive bias and what has already worked in the past.

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