Newsweek: “I Can’t Think!”

In an age when decision science is documenting breakdowns in decision-making due to an overload of digitized information, “We’re fooled by immediacy and quantity and think it’s quality,” says Eric Kessler, a management expert at Pace University’s Lubin School of Business. “What starts driving decisions is the urgent rather than the important.”

 

In an age when decision science is documenting breakdowns in decision-making due to an overload of digitized information, “We’re fooled by immediacy and quantity and think it’s quality,” says Eric Kessler, a management expert at Pace University’s Lubin School of Business. “What starts driving decisions is the urgent rather than the important.” He was quoted in a long Newsweek article.

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