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Decision-making , Hörbuch, Digital, 1, 39min
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The thought process that leads to selection of a specific course of action while weighing other possibilities is termed as decision-making. Decision-making results in a concluding choice - the person making the decision should be aware of the result for each decision made to ensure that the choice made for the specific situation is not wrong. Selection made on the basis of alternatives that are based on preferences, beliefs, or deductions of the decision maker is known as decision-making.The decision maker tries to weigh all the options and pick the best one as a final option. Mostly deciding on things can be easy, but people encounter several phases in life where they need to decide on important matters such as studies, job, marriage, investments, business, etc. The decisions made for important matters such as these will impact their lives in future. This is why people consider all the pros and cons before making decisions, so they may not have to regret it later. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Andrea Giordani. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/122746/bk_acx0_122746_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Stand: 05.04.2020
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Decision making of farm women in animal husband...
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Decision making of farm women in animal husbandry practices ab 79.9 € als Taschenbuch: Farm women as a decision maker. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Wissenschaft, Umweltwissenschaft,

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Good by default. Using heuristic-triggering nud...
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Master's Thesis from the year 2017 in the subject Business economics - General, grade: 1.3, Leipzig Graduate School of Management, language: English, abstract: Humans are generally perceived as intuitively selfish, particularly in their economic decision-making. Under the Dual-Process Framework (DPF), this view entails that prosocial behaviour requires reflective control over those natural inclinations towards self-interest. However, new lines of research explore the heuristic basis of prosocial actions and their potential use for policy-making. The goal of this thesis is to enquire into intuitive mechanisms which foster prosocial behaviour in economic decision-making and how to use them to promote altruism and cooperation through heuristic-triggering ("pure") nudges. We found that while in some contexts prosocial choices can be economically rational, heuristic mechanisms also drive them and for some individuals, they do so to a higher extend than deliberative processes. Our literature review identified three main classes of heuristics that significantly drive prosocial behaviour: kin recognition, social and affect heuristics. Based on Intuitive Design principles, we developed a toolkit for heuristic-triggering nudges enabling choice architects to structure and describe choice options, as well as to address implementation issues, with the goal to make prosocial actions the most attractive alternative. One interesting highlight of our analysis is the differentiation of three master frames for evaluating prosocial nudges: increase in prosocial actions, ex-post satisfaction of decision-maker and social welfare outcome. Finally, we derived practical implications of our findings in social and environmental policy interventions.

Anbieter: buecher
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Good by default. Using heuristic-triggering nud...
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Master's Thesis from the year 2017 in the subject Business economics - General, grade: 1.3, Leipzig Graduate School of Management, language: English, abstract: Humans are generally perceived as intuitively selfish, particularly in their economic decision-making. Under the Dual-Process Framework (DPF), this view entails that prosocial behaviour requires reflective control over those natural inclinations towards self-interest. However, new lines of research explore the heuristic basis of prosocial actions and their potential use for policy-making. The goal of this thesis is to enquire into intuitive mechanisms which foster prosocial behaviour in economic decision-making and how to use them to promote altruism and cooperation through heuristic-triggering ("pure") nudges. We found that while in some contexts prosocial choices can be economically rational, heuristic mechanisms also drive them and for some individuals, they do so to a higher extend than deliberative processes. Our literature review identified three main classes of heuristics that significantly drive prosocial behaviour: kin recognition, social and affect heuristics. Based on Intuitive Design principles, we developed a toolkit for heuristic-triggering nudges enabling choice architects to structure and describe choice options, as well as to address implementation issues, with the goal to make prosocial actions the most attractive alternative. One interesting highlight of our analysis is the differentiation of three master frames for evaluating prosocial nudges: increase in prosocial actions, ex-post satisfaction of decision-maker and social welfare outcome. Finally, we derived practical implications of our findings in social and environmental policy interventions.

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Good by default. Using heuristic-triggering nud...
29,99 € *
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Master's Thesis from the year 2017 in the subject Business economics - General, grade: 1.3, Leipzig Graduate School of Management, language: English, abstract: Humans are generally perceived as intuitively selfish, particularly in their economic decision-making. Under the Dual-Process Framework (DPF), this view entails that prosocial behaviour requires reflective control over those natural inclinations towards self-interest. However, new lines of research explore the heuristic basis of prosocial actions and their potential use for policy-making. The goal of this thesis is to enquire into intuitive mechanisms which foster prosocial behaviour in economic decision-making and how to use them to promote altruism and cooperation through heuristic-triggering ("pure") nudges. We found that while in some contexts prosocial choices can be economically rational, heuristic mechanisms also drive them and for some individuals, they do so to a higher extend than deliberative processes. Our literature review identified three main classes of heuristics that significantly drive prosocial behaviour: kin recognition, social and affect heuristics. Based on Intuitive Design principles, we developed a toolkit for heuristic-triggering nudges enabling choice architects to structure and describe choice options, as well as to address implementation issues, with the goal to make prosocial actions the most attractive alternative. One interesting highlight of our analysis is the differentiation of three master frames for evaluating prosocial nudges: increase in prosocial actions, ex-post satisfaction of decision-maker and social welfare outcome. Finally, we derived practical implications of our findings in social and environmental policy interventions.

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Good by default. Using heuristic-triggering nud...
39,99 € *
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Master's Thesis from the year 2017 in the subject Business economics - General, grade: 1.3, Leipzig Graduate School of Management, language: English, abstract: Humans are generally perceived as intuitively selfish, particularly in their economic decision-making. Under the Dual-Process Framework (DPF), this view entails that prosocial behaviour requires reflective control over those natural inclinations towards self-interest. However, new lines of research explore the heuristic basis of prosocial actions and their potential use for policy-making. The goal of this thesis is to enquire into intuitive mechanisms which foster prosocial behaviour in economic decision-making and how to use them to promote altruism and cooperation through heuristic-triggering ("pure") nudges. We found that while in some contexts prosocial choices can be economically rational, heuristic mechanisms also drive them and for some individuals, they do so to a higher extend than deliberative processes. Our literature review identified three main classes of heuristics that significantly drive prosocial behaviour: kin recognition, social and affect heuristics. Based on Intuitive Design principles, we developed a toolkit for heuristic-triggering nudges enabling choice architects to structure and describe choice options, as well as to address implementation issues, with the goal to make prosocial actions the most attractive alternative. One interesting highlight of our analysis is the differentiation of three master frames for evaluating prosocial nudges: increase in prosocial actions, ex-post satisfaction of decision-maker and social welfare outcome. Finally, we derived practical implications of our findings in social and environmental policy interventions.

Anbieter: buecher
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Never Be Wrong Again , Hörbuch, Digital, 1, 533min
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Maximize your chances to get what you want by making the right decision, every time. Never Be Wrong Again - Four Steps to Making Better Decisions in Work and Life, by best-selling author and decision expert Michael Costa, combines more than 10 years of research with decades of experience in a listener-friendly guide to making better decisions faster and with less stress.   Improve your decision-making skills and results by following Costa's four-step formula for successful decision making. Using a clear blueprint and real life examples, Never Be Wrong Again will help you make any decision better with confidence and consistency.  Costa's real-life experience as a businessman, consultant, and advisor to some of the world's most renowned financial institutions and multinational corporations provided the author a rare look into how and why businesses and people succeed or fail as a result of their decisions. From there, he set out to create a practical formula that would eliminate guesswork and help counter hidden forces that often derail good decision making.   Never Be Wrong Again presents actual experiences, advice, concrete examples and applicable steps for making the best decision every time. It will make you a better decision maker starting now and help you understand:To recognize that intelligence and expertise are not the sameWhen to challenge the status quoHow to balance gut reactions with analytical thinkingHow to determine acceptable vs. unacceptable riskThe need to stress test underlying assumptionsHow to spot patterns and predict outcomesHow to distinguish correlation, relevance and causationHow to make better decisions consistently  Use the practical, four-steps in Never Be Wrong Again to maximize your chances to get the results you want and make the right decision, every time. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Lewis Arlt. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/132795/bk_acx0_132795_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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The Decision Maker: Unlock the Potential of Eve...
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Who makes the important decisions in your organization? Strategy, product development, budgeting, compensation - such key decisions typically are made by company leaders. That's what bosses are for, right? But maybe the boss isn't the best person to make the call. That's the conclusion Dennis Bakke came to, and he used it to build AES into a Fortune 200 global power company with 27,000 people in 27 countries. He used it again to create Imagine Schools, the largest non-profit charter-school network in the U.S. As a student at Harvard Business School, Bakke made hundreds of decisions using the case-study method. He realized two things: decision-making is the best way to develop people; and that shouldn't stop at business school. So Bakke spread decision-making throughout his organizations, fully engaging people at all levels. Today, Bakke has given thousands of people the freedom and responsibility to make decisions that matter. In The Decision Maker, a leadership fable loosely based on Bakke's experience, the New York Times bestselling author shows us how giving decisions to the people closest to the action can transform any organization. The idea is simple. The results are powerful. When leaders put real control into the hands of their people, they tap incalculable potential. The Decision Maker, destined to be a business classic, holds the key to unlocking the potential of every person in your organization. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Scott Pollack. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/005329/bk_acx0_005329_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Yes or No: How Your Everyday Decisions Will For...
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As you face daily choices that require yes or no decisions, there are times when you feel paralyzed - either from fear of making the wrong choice or because of too many seemingly equal options. Social entrepeneur Jeff Shinabarger helps you break through these moments of tension and transition with proven ways to move toward good choices. Discover opportunities to become a decision maker as you gain strength in saying no, develop your personal philosophy of choice, and start using a practical process for making good choices even in difficult situations. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jeff Shinabarger. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/hove/001160/bk_hove_001160_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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