Intuition in Decision-Making- Theoretical and Empirical Aspects
AbstractIn an economy dominated by information and knowledge, analysis ceases to be the sole and sufficient source of knowledge. Managers seek alternative ways of obtaining and interpreting information and knowledge. Here, managerial intuitive potential begins to play an important role. The aim of this paper is to present the issue of intuition in decision making in both theoretical and empirical terms. The first part presents the essence of intuition and its role in management, especially in decision making. Then, the empirical part attempts to identify the intuitive potential of managers and the extent of its use in practical decision making. The case study method was used in order to achieve this goal. The analysis involved a Polish food company “Fawor” that employs more than 300 workers. These literature and empirical studies in the area of intuition were conducted within the research project „The impact of managerial intuitive potential on the effectiveness of decision making processes”, financed by the National Science Centre, Poland (funds allocated on the basis of decision No. DEC2014/13/D/HS4/01750)
|Journal series||International Journal of Business and Economic Development, ISSN 2051-848X, e-ISSN 2051-8498, (0 pkt)|
|Publication size in sheets||0.5|
|Keywords in English||intuition, rational analysis, decision making process|
|Score|| = 0.0, 30-12-2019, ArticleFromJournal|
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