Monday October 18, 2021 – Friday October 22, 2021
The students know the process of human judgement and decision‐making behavior in practice and are in a position to distinguish these from normative decision‐making models. They can describe both the micro and macroeconomic consequences of the underlying behavioral approaches. Students understand under which conditions specific aspects of human decision‐making emerge. Furthermore, they are familiar with strategies with which targeted action can be taken to affect the architecture of decisions, in order to promote specific patterns in decision‐making.
- Introduction to Managerial Decision Making
- Common Biases
- Bounded Awareness
- Framing and Reversals of Preference
- Motivational and Emotional Influences on Decision Making
- The Escalation of Commitment
- Fairness and Ethics in Decision Making
- Common Investment Mistakes
- Making Rational Decisions in Negotiation
- Negotiator Cognition
- Improving Decision Making
In-Class and Self-Study. This module contains topics that enhance the contents of the subject areas Digital Management and General Management.
Students complete this module by passing a written exam, which comprises 90 minutes or Students have the option to participate in a team presentation instead of the written exam. Teams will be no more than 2 students each. (preferred teams for 1-week program).
- Will be provided by the instructor.
- High-Stakes Decision Making (e.g. case study)
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|4.30pm One World Observatory||2.30pm City Tour||Farewell Lunch at 1.00pm|