How noisy is your company?

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Noise causes variability in judgment and, thus, bad decisions, explain Daniel Kahneman, Olivier Sibony, and Cass Sunstein in their eye-opening and dismaying new book. Noise derives from the cognitive flaws that define us as human beings and it can't be completely eliminated. But it can be reduced through decision hygiene: a set of techniques that can be embedded in decision-making processes.

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Noise causes variability in judgment and, thus, bad decisions, explain Daniel Kahneman, Olivier Sibony, and Cass Sunstein in their eye-opening and dismaying new book. Noise derives from the cognitive flaws that define us as human beings and it can’t be completely eliminated. But it can be reduced through decision hygiene: a set of techniques that can be embedded in decision-making processes.WR2 A8v rA

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