Deepen your understanding of decision-making with academic and business practitioner Roberto Donà.
Our entire lives are structured around making decisions. The bigger decisions — ones that could change or impact our lives— can be a source of significant anxiety. People approach these big decisions in different ways: some use a more rational approach to analyse each alternative and choose the most preferable according to criteria, others prefer to follow their instincts.
It is human nature to rely on both instinct and reasoning. What makes the difference are the other elements of decision-making: the time, the availability of information, previous experience and other factors. This lecture will focus on how effective decision-making takes these elements into account and how you can better approach your future choices.
This lecture will be followed by a brief networking session.
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Professor of Practice in Management at International Business School Suzhou @ Xi'an Jiaotong Liverpool University