We’re with Stupid

Non-rational or irrational decision-making in organizations has fascinated Nobel prizewinners for decades, from Herbert Simon’s theory of bounded rationality to Daniel Kahneman’s discovery that when we process information, our brains interchange between two different systems: deliberative processing and intuition, our default position in daily life. But Cass professors André Spicer and Mats Alvesson believe these works miss a set of deviations from smartness, which are … [ Read more ]