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The Five Traps of High-Stakes Decision Making

What are the most common traps that face decision-makers?

Author(s): Michael C. Mankins

Publisher: Harvard Business Review

Date of publication: 2013

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There are many examples of bad decisions. Fortunately, there are also many examples of good decisions! For the author of this article, what sets them apart is often the quality of the decision-making process. Based on feedback from practical experience, he goes over a certain number of classic decision-making traps. A brief, but enriching article.

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