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Overconfidence in personnel selection: When and why unstructured interview information can hurt hiring decisions
Overconfidence is an important bias related to the ability to recognize the limits of one's knowledge. The present study examines overconfidence in predictions of job performance for participants presented with information ...
Development of a Systems Dynamics Framework for KPIs to Assist Project Managers' Decision Making Processes
(Escuela de Construcción Civil, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, 2010)
How to improve group decision-making at multinational corporaions by enhancing stress management
(Universidad Torcuato Di Tella, 2010)
The purpose of this research is to investigate techniques which multinational corporations can apply to moderate the level of stress in the group decision-making process.
Decision-making powers and institutional design in competition cases: the Brazilian experience
(Competition Policy Int Inc, 2014-05)
This article discusses the experience of Brazil regarding institutional design and decision-making powers and Brazil's efforts to enhance its convergence to international best practices, thereby improving Brazil's competition ...
New aggregation operators for decision making under uncertainty: an pplications in selection of entrepreneurial opportunities
(Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, 2018)
The main aim of this paper is to study how economic environment and logic reasoning guidance the decision-making process to start-up a new business by potential entrepreneurs. The study proposes a new method using the ...
Dancing with Many Partners, Part 1
(Daily Express, 2007-05)
While applauding the attempts to involve the wider public in the education decision-making process in Trinidad and Tobago through a consultative process, Part 1 of this article warns that if the consultative process is to ...
Decision making and consents given by demented patients. Are they valid? ¿Sé y puedo? Toma de decisión y consentimiento informado en los trastornos demenciantes: Dilemas diagnósticos y jurídicos en Chile
(Sociedad Medica de Santiago, 2017)
© 2017, Sociedad Medica de Santiago. All rights reserved. In Chile, more than 180 thousand people (1% of the population) have some form of dementia. The figure should increase to approximately 600,000 (3% of Chileans) by ...
Product development process: Using real options for assessments and to support the decision-making at decision gates
Enterprises need continuous product development activities to remain competitive in the marketplace. Their product development process (PDP) must manage stakeholders' needs - technical, financial, legal, and environmental ...