The anatomy of bad decision making and the role of neuroscience and the Second Track in improving decision making
Keywords:Second Track processes, decision making
Any poor decision can be blamed on insufficient information, but the paralysis provoked by too much data can be as damaging as snap decisions based on too little. Human judgement must find the right balance between analysis and action, prudence and reform. Entrepreneur Peter Fritz AO and writer Nicholas Mallory discuss the individual and organisational factors behind bad decision making and how it can be improved in business and government today.
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