Quotation Claes, Maria Theresia, Jacquemin, Thibault. 2018. Managers’ Awareness of Their Decision Making: Discussing Cognitive Biases. In: Personalmanagement. Internationale Perspektiven und Implikationen für die Praxis, Hrsg. Covarrubias Venegas, Barbara, Thill, Katharina, Domnanovich, Julia, 193-204. Berlin: Springer Gabler.


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Managers are currently confronted with highly complex situations where time constraints and the availability of information make it essential that they have an effective decision-making process. Studies show that in many cases we do not use a rational process to make decisions but instead rely on instinct, emotion, or quickly processed information. The objective of this chapter is to enhance managers’ decision making by understanding the impact their cognitive biases may have on decision making, more specifically on managing people.

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Status of publication Published
Affiliation External
Type of publication Chapter in edited volume
Language English
Title Managers’ Awareness of Their Decision Making: Discussing Cognitive Biases
Title of whole publication Personalmanagement. Internationale Perspektiven und Implikationen für die Praxis
Editor Covarrubias Venegas, Barbara, Thill, Katharina, Domnanovich, Julia
Page from 193
Page to 204
Location Berlin
Publisher Springer Gabler
Year 2018
Reviewed? Y
URL https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-658-15170-6_11
ISBN 978-3-658-15170-6
Open Access N

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Claes, Maria Theresia (Details)
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Jacquemin, Thibault (UCLouvain, Belgium)
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