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'''Authors''': Andreas Karadimas, Elias Hewig, Sunil Behera & Theano Kotisi
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In this paper decision-making methodologies will be described with the help of two books; D. Kahneman – Thinking: Fast & Slow and J. Jaworski – Source, the inner path of knowledge creation. The biases will be extracted from these books to deal with decision-making in uncertain environments in which organization have an inherent need to adapt and be agile. The adaptive cycle of resilience will be used to linked with the two books, which will show where the two books can be applied within the adaptive cycle. Also the two book will be matched within the collaborative networks and virtual organizations.
 
In this paper decision-making methodologies will be described with the help of two books; D. Kahneman – Thinking: Fast & Slow and J. Jaworski – Source, the inner path of knowledge creation. The biases will be extracted from these books to deal with decision-making in uncertain environments in which organization have an inherent need to adapt and be agile. The adaptive cycle of resilience will be used to linked with the two books, which will show where the two books can be applied within the adaptive cycle. Also the two book will be matched within the collaborative networks and virtual organizations.
* [[Media:AndreasKaradimasGroupMACaseStudyofBlackSwansandAntifragility.pdf‎ |Report A Case Study of Black Swans and Antifragility]]
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* [[Media:ArjenEveraertEVERAERTMOHANVODCFinalpaper.pdf‎ |Report Decision making in dynamic contexts: A dual perspective approach]]

Revision as of 07:00, 12 June 2014

Decision making in dynamic contexts: A dual perspective approach

Research area: Understanding Judgment and Decision making

Authors: Arjen Everaert & Shailin Mohan

Course: (V)ODC 2013/2014

Keywords: final report

Abstract

In this paper decision-making methodologies will be described with the help of two books; D. Kahneman – Thinking: Fast & Slow and J. Jaworski – Source, the inner path of knowledge creation. The biases will be extracted from these books to deal with decision-making in uncertain environments in which organization have an inherent need to adapt and be agile. The adaptive cycle of resilience will be used to linked with the two books, which will show where the two books can be applied within the adaptive cycle. Also the two book will be matched within the collaborative networks and virtual organizations.

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