Phil Tetlock is a Canadian-born Psychology Professor and researcher who is fascinated by decision-making processes and attributes required for good judgment. His career has had a major impact on decision-making worldwide.
Phil serves on the faculty at the University of Pennsylvania as Annenberg University Professor, with appointments in the Wharton School in Management and the School of Arts and Sciences in Psychology. His award-winning research focuses on the evaluation of good judgment and the criteria used to assess judgment, bias, and error.
He has written several books at the intersection of psychology, political science, and organizational behavior, including Expert Political Judgment: How Good Is It? How Can We Know?, which won numerous awards, including from the Woodrow Wilson Foundation and the American Political Science Association.
Phil also is Co-Founder of Good Judgment Inc, an organization that tests how harnessing the wisdom of the crowd might better forecast global events.