Just like excellent poker playing, deciding how and whether to act in an innovative effort requires both fast and slow systems of thinking. You need slow thinking to update your current beliefs with recent learning and then use fast thinking to act based on your experience and intuition. This Advisor explores some examples of fast and slow thinking in today’s organizations.
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