Tag Archives | Decision Traps

When Bias Trumps Design

What do you see below? Anything missing? Photo by gmanviz License There are no brown M&Ms® in the jar. Don’t worry if you missed it; most people do. Unless you’re an M&Ms® fanatic, you probably don’t care about the color of this American candy icon. Indeed, the colors themselves don’t matter. What’s important is that […]

Intuitive Decision Process

In Intuitive Decision Making we referred to Gary Klein’s definition of intuition: “The way we translate our experience into action. Our experience lets us recognize what is going on (making judgments) and how to react (making decisions).” The next step is to think carefully about when intuitive decision making works well, and when it poses […]

Intuitive Decision Making

Gut check,” “I just knew…,” “A woman’s intuition,” It’s no accident that these expressions are part of the daily vernacular. In life and in business, many of us believe firmly in the power of our intuition. Myth? Fact? Somewhere in between? Can we rely on intuition when making important business decisions? One reason the answer […]

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