Decisions Without Blinders

By — on / Conflict Resolution, Daily

Max H. Bazerman (Jesse Isidor Straus Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School) and Dolly Chugh (Assistant Professor, Department of Management and Organizations, New York University Stern School of Business )

What causes even highly intelligent, focused professionals to miss glaring warning signs and render bad, risky or unethical decisions? In this article, the authors discuss the phenomenon of bounded awareness and how to work around it to come up with smarter judgments.

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