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 - Concepts of Thinking

Food For Thought

Intuition (Routine Focus Of The Brain)

Ease and Coherence

Associated Activation

Illusions Of Truth/Cognitive Ease

Surprise

Law Of Least Effort

Bias

Eyes and Brain

Heuristic and Self-Criticism

Sampling

Routine Focus Of Brain

Anchoring Affect

Availability, Emotion and 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 and Lotteries

Decision-Making

Choice From Experience V Description

Framing

Summary - Concepts of Thinking

Overweighting

Outside View and Risky Choice

Role Of Money

Regret

Responsibility & Other Matters

Preference Reversal & Associated Matters

Neuro-Economics

Memories

More On Intuition & Emotional State

Time Management

Wellness

Time (Stories & Time)

Goals

Labelling

Judgment Under Uncertainty

I) Decision-Making

Ii) Six Heurestics Re Probability Assessment Under Uncertainty/Risk

Iii) Bias In Evaluation Of Conjunctive & Disjunctive Events

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