Organisational Change Management Volume 2

32. Concepts of Thinking, eg self-control, ego, discipline, flow, intelligence, rationality, intuition, aversion, etc

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In this section consideration will be given to the following areas:

 - introduction
- food for thought
- intuition (routine focus of the brain)
- ease & coherence
- associated activation
- illusions of truth/cognitive ease
- surprise
- law of least effort
- bias
- eyes & brain
- heuristic & self-criticism
- sampling
- routine focus of brain
- anchoring affect
- availability, emotion & risk
- characteristic of routine focus of the brain
- narrative fallacy
- events
- accuracy of predictions
- forecasting
- optimistic bias
- group discussion
- basic of economic theory is incorrect
- loss aversion
- negotiations
- fairness
- emotions
- threats
- terrorism & lotteries
- decision-making
- choice from experience v description
- framing
- summary
- overweighting
- outside view & risky choice
- role of money
- regret
- responsibility & other matters
- preference reversal & associated matters
- neuro-economics
- memories
- more on intuition & emotional state
- time management
- wellnesss
- time (stories & time)
- goals
- labelling
- judgment under uncertainty
i) decision-making
ii) six heurestics re probability assessment under uncertainty/risk
- bias in evaluation of conjunctive & disjunctive events

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