Today's risk management professionals have more tools available to battle their inherent biases. Embracing such solutions can ensure success. (Hyejin Kang/ Shutterstock) Today’s risk management professionals have more tools available to battle inherent biases. Embracing such solutions can ensure success. (Hyejin Kang/ Shutterstock)

Bias is defined as, “prejudice in favor of or against one thing, person, or group compared with another, usually in a way considered to be unfair.”

Typically, we understand biases through the lens of our social constructs.

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