Tag Archives: Decision-Making
When you can’t decide what to do

    Are you dithering over a decision? Sometimes it can be really hard to finally take the plunge.     Here are two interesting tools to help you that I heard about recently on one of my favorite radio … Continue reading

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How to be happier with your decisions

  How to be happier with your decisions     Here’s some great research on decision-making. The main reason I like it and wish I’d been involved in it is because it involved chocolate.     People were asked to … Continue reading

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Are you missing the obvious?

  A few weeks ago I went on a very good short break walking holiday in Yorkshire. The scenery and weather were excellent, as was the food.   When you are walking, the weather takes on an importance that it … Continue reading

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Putting Off Decisions

I recently heard about some people who were sacked for not making decisions. Their manager was interviewed on the radio. Unfortunately the interviewer did not investigate this area. He was more concerned with finding out if their managers had been … Continue reading

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How Objective Are You? Really?

Here are the details of a worrying experiment carried out by Max Bazerman of Harvard Business School. Sadly the results won’t surprise you in the slightest. Auditors He took 139 auditors from one of the largest accounting firms in the … Continue reading

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Is It Really Better To Give Than Receive?

First, Some Chocolate I came across some research recently from the researcher, Dr Matthew D Lieberman of the University of California was asking the question; ‘Does fairness taste like chocolate?’ As a keen consumer of chocolate, I was very interested … Continue reading

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