Making Quality-based Executive Decisions

This webinar starts with showing how executive decision-making often relies on what economist Daniel Kahneman has called “System 1 Thinking” – an emotionally-based, subjective approach to making decisions that is the opposite of “System 2 Thinking” – a fact-based, objectively logical approach to making decisions. Thinking about how to make good executive decisions has a very rich heritage that reaches back to the late-1930s when Chester I. Barnard, an executive in the Bell System first addressed the issue. This presentation will present a cumulative summary of the ideas developed since that time and describe the conditions for making quality-based executive decisions grounded on the academic theory and illustrated by pragmatic lessons learned.

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Russell Henderson
Posted on Oct 12, 2020 by Russell Henderson
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