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  • Gavetti, Giovanni; Levinthal, Daniel; Rivkin, Jan W (2005)
    We examine how firms discover effective competitive positions in worlds that are both novel and complex. In such settings, neither rational deduction nor local search is likely to lead a firm to a successful array of ...
  • Gardner, Howard (Wiley, 1999)
    Harvard psychologist Howard Gardner has been acclaimed as the most influential educational theorist since John Dewey. His ideas about intelligence and creativity - explicated in such bestselling books as Frames of Mind and ...
  • Furnham, Adrian; Jackson, Chris J; Miller, Tony (Personality and Individual Differences, 1999)
    Just over two hundred telephone sales staff completed the Eysenck Personality Inventory (EPI) and Honey and Mumford's Learning Styles Questionnaire (LSQ). Extraversion was highly correlated both positively and negatively ...
  • Frensch, Peter A; Sternberg, Robert J (Advances in the Psychology of Human Intelligence, 1989)
    It has often been said . . . that expertise in a given domain actually hinders people's success in that domain / the goal of this chapter is to specify some of the conditions under which and reasons why experts are sometimes ...
  • Ensley, Michael D; Pearce, Craig L (Journal of Organizational Behavior, 2001)
    This paper presents a study of two samples of new venture top management teams from the inc. 500. The research poses that shared strategic cognition is the outcome of group processes that occur during the development of ...
  • Emery, F. E; Trist, E. L (1965)
  • Dijksterhuis, Ap; Nordgren, Loran (Perspectives on Psychological Science, 2007)
    We present a theory about human thought named the unconscious-thought theory (UTT). The theory is applicable to decision making, impression formation, attitude formation and change, problem solving, and creativity. It ...
  • De Bono, Edward (1992)
    Creativity is becoming increasingly important for all businesses as competition intensifies because to act creatively is the best and cheapest way to get added value out of existing resources and assets. In this book, the ...
  • Checkland, P (Wiley, 1999)
    Whether by design, accident or merely synchronicity, Checkland appears to have developed a habit of writing seminal publications near the start of each decade which establish the basis and framework for systems methodology ...
  • Cattell, Raymond (Journal of Educational Psychology, 1963)
    The theory of fluid and crystallized intelligence propounded 20 years ago by the author has since accumulated support. However, the crucial issue of whether 1 or 2 general factors subtend intellectual performances has ...
  • Cassidy, Simon (Educational Psychology, 2004)
    Although its origins have been traced back much further, research in the area of learning style has been active for—at a conservative estimate—around four decades. During that period the intensity of activity has varied, ...
  • Carini, G; Palich, L; Livingstone, L (1998)
    Strategy at the Leading Edge features short reports on conferences, new research and experiments by academics, organizations and consuitaricles for all those involved in strategy and strategic management. Contributions ...
  • Canas, J; Quesada, J; Antoli, A; Fajardo, I (Ergonomics, 2003)
    People who show good performance in dynamic complex problem-solving tasks can also make errors. Theories of human error fail to fully explain when and why good performers err. Some theories would predict that these errors ...
  • Boal, Kimberly B.; Schultz, Patrick L. (2007)
    Organizations are increasingly being described as complex adaptive systems (CAS). In this view, the behavior and structure of an organization emerges out of the interaction of a collection of organizational agents. Seemingly, ...
  • Argryis, Schon (Centro de Investigaciones Sociologicas, 1997)
  • Sio, Ut Na; Ormerod, Thomas C. (American Psychological Association, 2009)
    A meta-analytic review of empirical studies that have investigated incubation effects on problem solving is reported. Although some researchers have reported increased solution rates after an incubation period (i.e., a ...
  • Kahneman, Daniel (2012)
    Psychologist Daniel Kahneman reveals the truth about our intuitions and rationality to teach us how to better our lives. He explores the fascinating flaws and marvels of human behaviour and reveals to us the common errors ...
  • Kahneman, Daniel; Klein, Gary (2009)
    This article reports on an effort to explore the differences between two approaches to intuition and expertise that are often viewed as conflicting: heuristics and biases (HB) and naturalistic decision making (NDM). Starting ...
  • Klein, Gary (2011)
    For occupations such as intelligence analysis a great deal of effort has gone into developing critical thinking training and methods. These programmes have a great deal of value, but they may also have drawbacks. This ...
  • Wozniak, Anna (2006)
    Purpose – Studies investigating intuition from a cultural and cross-cultural perspective have a long tradition in various disciplines but, due to the increased internationalization of business, an understanding of the ...

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