How Bad Decision Making Could Undermine Good Innovation

These Dogs Vote by Sneezing
November 30, 2017

How Bad Decision Making Could Undermine Good Innovation

For the dogs, sneezing “is a form of communication,” says study co-author Reena Walker, who performed the research as a student at Brown University and a research technician at the Botswana Predator Conservation Trust. “The sneeze acts as some kind of signal that shapes decision-making.”

Tech Crunch | Saturday, November 25, 2017

Here’s a scary thought for decision makers inside large organizations grappling with digital transformation. You can actually be innovative and have mechanisms in place to react to disruptive forces, and still get steamrolled as layers of internal management turn your creative ideas into something unrecognizable.

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