3 edition of Intuition in Organizations found in the catalog.
Intuition in Organizations
Weston H. Agor
September 1, 1989
by Sage Publications, Inc
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||288|
Intuition in Organisation Decision Making: The Intuiotion is the strategic of management process can be described as an objective and also subjective, logical, systematic approach for making major decisions in an organization. Intuition is essential to making good strategic decisions. First, the authors review the scientific literature on expertise and intuition to define expertise-based intuition, the type of intuition of most value to organizations. Second, the authors propose.
of intuition of most value to organizations. Second, the authors propose a set of descriptive developmental and performance mechanisms of expertise-based intuition in decision making. Intuition in the context of decision-making is defined as a “non-sequential information-processing mode.” It is distinct from insight (a much more protracted process) and can be contrasted with the deliberative style of decision-making. Intuition can influence judgment through either emotion or cognition, and there has been some suggestion that it may be a means of bridging the two.
If you’re a leader who wants to let intuition have a role in your organization or on your team, adjust your timelines accordingly. If deadlines are rigorous and fixed, creativity can’t thrive. Strategic Intuition makes you think, and it lays out some interesting ideas. At times, some of the stories felt like Duggan needed to fill a page minimum or something. This might have been better suited to a long paper/article as opposed to a book/5.
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Polzer, Kristina A. Diekmann, Margaret A. Neale. Malcolm Gladwell does not cite “intuition” anywhere in his best-selling book Blink (Little, Brown and Co., ), which looks at the two seconds it takes for a person to reach a Intuition in Organizations book about. He has published over books, journal articles and chapters and consulted with major multinationals, public sector organizations and inter-governmental agencies.
In he was voted amongst the Top 25 Most Influential HR Thinkers by Human Resources Magazine. His research covers cross-cultural and international HRM, HR strategy, cognition at Cited by: The theme ‘Making Sense of Intuition’ emerged as a natural progression of this line of thinking and serves as another important step in consolidating knowledge in the discipline, making it more accessible to decision makers as individuals and in organizations.
Each of the presentations approaches the topic from a different : Alina Bas, Viktor Dörfler, Marta Sinclair. Searching for the 5 best books to ignite your intuition. Look no further, I’ve rounded them up for you right here.
There are dozens of books I could recommend but, after scouring my own book shelves I’ve narrowed it down to these five based on the strength of the intuition training techniques and the depth of intuition development information within each of them. His research has been published in journals such as Academy of Management Executive, Academy of Management Learning and Education, Journal of Organizational Behavior, Organization Studies, and the British Journal of Psychology, He is the author of three books, including Inside Intuition (Routledge).Cited by: Gray’s key intuition is that membership changes in organizations like the European Union (EU) and Mercosur are public events; therefore, when the professional investment community observes such.
In his new book, THE POWER OF INTUITION, Klein shows that intuition, far from Too often, we dismiss these feelings as "hunches" and therefore untrustworthy.
But renowned researcher Gary Klein reveals that, in fact, 90 percent of the critical decisions we make is based on our intuition/5.
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Agor by J. Polzer, K. Diekmann and M. NealeAuthor: J. Polzer, K. Diekmann, M. Neale. Intuition in Organizations: Leading and Managing Produc-tively, by Weston H. Agor. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publica-tions,pp., $, paper. Reviewed by Maria Nathan, School of Business, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Agor provides a "first edited book on managerial intuition. Duggan's book provides a methodology that he calls strategic intuition to achieve a higher quality of thinking. In some ways it is re-statement of the idea that great thinking almost always is multi-discipline in nature.
However, he presents the idea in a practical way that gives it a richness which facilitates understanding and usability/5(35).
This study examines the concept of intuition in decision-making by means of a literature review and study of measures currently being used within organizations.
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Weston H. Agor is the editor of the recent book, Intuition in Organizations: Leading and Managing Productively (available through the Creative Education Foundation). Recently he received a $, grant from the Charlson Research Foundation to establish a Global Intuition Network and conduct an international conference which will be held in Honolulu, Hawaii April 9–11, Cited by: Intuition in Organizations: Research and Practice.
The chapter concludes with a discussion on how this book’s findings relate to the main theories of policy change, as well as what they mean.