The Emotional Ignorance TrapNick Tasler
From Detroit to Wall Street to Silicon Valley, it seems that bad executive decisions have become the rule instead of the exception in today's corner offices. Shareholders, employees, politicians, and even managers themselves are asking why. What is the cause of all these bad decisions, and how can we start making good decisions again?
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