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Human beings are notoriously bad at making rational decisions. Even theoretical models designed to help you find the “right” answer are limited in their applications. A trio of researchers calls for a re-appraisal of decision theory, arguing that basic tools can improve decision-making by challenging underlying assumptions and uncovering psychological biases.

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Organizations can get burnt if they don’t respond to social and environmental demands; at the same (...)

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As far removed as they seem to be from executive boardrooms, civil rights campaigners and (...)

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In their recent examination of a multinational enterprise¸ Rodolphe Durand and Anne Jacqueminet (...)

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Marketing Strategy28 October 2015

Yes, the Chief Marketing Officer does matter

It's often difficult to quantify the results of marketing campaigns, and chief marketing officers (...)

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Organizations located in the same industry can make vastly different choices. The majority may (...)

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David Thesmar and his co-authors demonstrate that the independence of top executives (rather than (...)

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Corporate Strategy15 April 2013

Building trust for successful M&As

When negotiating mergers & acquisitions, trust between different parties can make or break (...)

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