publication . Thesis . 2011

Intuition in decision making and learning: Individual and organisational perspectives.

Akinci, Cinla.;
English
  • Published: 01 Jan 2011
  • Country: United Kingdom
Abstract
Although much has been written about the role of rational/analytical ways of knowing in decision making and problem solving in management, comparatively little is known about the way intuitive cognition manifests itself in organisations in general and in relation to organisational learning in particular. Several conceptualisations have been offered in respect to the ways in which managers perceive, make sense and act in the social settings of business organisations. Intuition and organisational learning came together explicitly in the foundational 41 framework, which presents a theoretical account of how intuitions are articulated and transcend from enterprising...
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