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The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Decision Makers

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Decision Makers (Abajo: version español de los 7 hàbitos)  Why do strategic decisions go wrong? What are the consequences? What distinguishes the great decision makers from the rest of the pack? Get the answer … Continue reading

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Gary Klein video: “Streetlights and shadows”

Gary Klein video The brilliant academic on decision making, Gary Klein, has launched a new book called Streetlights and shadows. Here is a video clip where he discusses some of the content and de-bunks certain myths about decision making and … Continue reading

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Intuition – more than trusting your gut

Intuition – more than trusting your gut. Here is a link to a useful article written by Modesto Maidique (visiting professor at Harvard Business School) who talks about intuition and knowledge. The core theme of the article is that intuition … Continue reading

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The way we (used to) do things around here

The way we (used to) do things around here. Reframing behaviour to make change happen I recently came across this fascinating Booz & Co. article that discusses the use of neuroscience in making changes happen – at organisational and personal … Continue reading

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Improving the value of decisions through behavioural strategy

Improving decision value through behavioural strategy Below is a link to a summary on an article written by Dan Lovallo and published in the McKinsey Quarterly earlier this year. The document discusses the impact of biases on strategic decisions and … Continue reading

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