Planning Fallacy Bias

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What is a Planning Fallacy Bias? Meaning.

Planning Fallacy Bias is the human tendency to underestimate task-completion times. It is a human tendency that is particularly relevant for Program Managers and Project Managers while conducting Project Planning.


It is one form of many Cognitive Biases.


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