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How Senior Executives Make Poor Decisions When Selecting Senior-Level Executive Direct Reports: Conversations with Fortune 500 Leaders Reveal the Use of Heuristics

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This study focuses on senior executives' perceptions of factors, including heuristics that influence their decision-making process when selecting senior-level executives as direct reports. Research has found systematic decision-making biases, such as individual use of anchor points, supporting evidence, overconfidence, and perceptual effects during the decision-making process. Researchers have also found that the effectiveness or comparable value of a decision can change based on the framing of a decision. Some researchers ...

How Senior Executives Make Poor Decisions When Selecting Senior-Level Executive Direct Reports: Conversations with Fortune 500 Leaders Reveal the Use of Heuristics 2014, Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN-13: 9781495413070

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