When making a decision, two heads can be better than one, but two – or even more – perspectives are definitely better than one, especially in today’s dynamic and widely different global markets. These authors call it ensemble decision making and they describe four patterns and three steps for making it work.
Authors: Claudy Jules, Joshua B. Bellin, Nandani Lynton, Robert J. Thomas
Source: Ivey Business Journal
Subjects: International, Management, Organizational Behavior