Conscious and Unconscious Decision-making


 
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Conscious and Unconscious Decision-making
John Troughton, Sustainable Business Management, Australia, Member
A decision is a neurological process taken individually or with cyberbrain that results in an action. The decision and hence actions can be taken consciously or unconsciously and the majority of actions are taken unconsciously.
These unconscious decisions and actions can be a result of:
- Evolutionary processes (involving emotions), or of
- Training whereby they are "ingrained".
- Corporate values can guide the unconscious actions if they are part of the corporate "DNA".
Conscious decisions could override unconscious ones. Without a neurological model, the understanding of decision making is limited....Sign up
 

 
Influence of Consciousness in Decision Making
srinivas, Lecturer, India, Member
I agree that the consciousness has a key role in making a decision. It is recorded in ancient wisdom if one is conscious of 23 factors like sleep, hun...Sign up
 

 
The 80/20 of Decision Making
Nancy Apat Comedoy, Manager, United Arab Emirates, Member
Decision making by and large is a mix of 80% cognitive process and 20% affective process whether or not the decision is about organizational change, j...Sign up
 

 
Expectations and Hunches in Decision-making
Arif ur Rehman, Professor, Pakistan, Member
As a senior professor I have come ‘to see’ that my best lessons are delivered when I keep in mind the culture, the attributes, the needs, the demands ...Sign up
 

 
Conscious and Unconscious Decision-making
Zeb O. WATURUOCHA, Management Consultant, India, Member
Decision making is choosing between alternatives and one requires presence of mind to do this. The process opens all the possible choices and consciou...Sign up
 

 
The Role of Experience in Conscious and Unconscious Decisions
Wulf-Dieter Krueger, Teacher, Thailand, Member
I agree with John here, however, decisions are also made on the basis of experience 'learnt' from previous decisions that worked and those that failed...Sign up
 

 
From Rationality to Contingency to Doability
Arif ur Rehman, Professor, Pakistan, Member
Normally we talk of rational decision making – based on objective evaluation of available options and their consequences, leading to a choice that is ...Sign up
 

 
Conscious and Unconscious Decisions
John Troughton, Sustainable Business Management, Australia, Member
@Wulf-Dieter Krueger: Wulf, I agree as the model, not possible to show here, has a feedback loop which is the fact ...Sign up
 

 
The Decision Making Process is Essentially an Evolutionary Process
srinivas, Lecturer, India, Member
It's a proven fact that decisions are governed by the subconscious mind. Even if one is able to come out of the grip of ones own subconscious mind, th...Sign up
 

 
Conscious and Unconscious Decisions
Adonis, Business Consultant, France, Member
The acceptance of this kind of categorization "conscious / unconscious" implicates the ability to have tools you can trust for fast evaluation of what...Sign up
 

 
Individual and Group Decisions and Consciousness / Unconsciousness
Wulf-Dieter Krueger, Teacher, Thailand, Member
Through somewhat dated simulations (desert survival/tashi/moon landing) we know anyway that group decisions are to be preferred over individual decisi...Sign up
 

 
Decisions - Conscious and Unconscious
Arif ur Rehman, Professor, Pakistan, Member
@Adon, is: I'd like to comment on your view '... formalize any feeling or unconscious believe ...' that these canno...Sign up
 

 
Approach the Study of Unconscious Decisions Through Complexity
Adonis, Business Consultant, France, Member
@Arif ur Rehman: I recognise this difficulty which is intrinsic to unidentifiable elements. In some areas we starte...Sign up
 

 
Decision Making is Complex So Requires Complex Models
John Troughton, Sustainable Business Management, Australia, Member
Decision making is exceedingly complex, even for the individual, and even more so with the cyber brain which now increases the dimensions of decision ...Sign up
 

 
Experience & Decision Making
Arif ur Rehman, Professor, Pakistan, Member
There was a dialogue between a young, junior level manager and the CEO.
‘And Sir, how do you make right decisions in these turbulent times?’ ask...Sign up
 

 
Experience and Decision Making
John Troughton, Sustainable Business Management, Australia, Member
@Arif ur Rehman: Hi Arif, great comment. I am not sure if all decisions/actions are all right (with degrees from 0-...Sign up
 

 
 



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