We like to think the decisions we make are good ones, based on solid reasoning. And when you’re in charge of a function or selecting leaders for a company, you need to believe that. Second-guessing every judgment can lead to paralysis. And in a state like that, nothing gets done. Yet research into decision making shows that everyone is prey to serious cognitive flaws.
via Why Leaders’ Thinking Is Often Wrong.
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