Emotion, Cognition, and Their Marvellous Interplay in Managerial Decision-Making
How do affect, cognition, and their interplay influence managerial decision-making at the individual, group, and organizational levels? How can these influences be fostered or reduced? This book conceptually and empirically answers such questions, and considers important theoretical issues for future research about the complex functioning of the human mind in managerial decision-making.
Matteo Cristofaro is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Management at the University of Rome ‘Tor Vergata’, Italy. His research interests focus on strategic decision-making, behavioral strategy, and organizational adaptation. He is the author of the Affect-Cognitive Theory of managerial decision-making.
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