Decisions at the executive level are different

11/14/2013 | Harvard Business Review online

There is plenty of research on how people make decisions. Executives in the C-suite might want to ignore these studies or place them in context, according to this post. "Research has taught us a great deal about many kinds of decisions, but we should be careful not to apply the lessons elsewhere without appreciating the differences," writes Phil Rosenzweig, a professor of strategy and international business.

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