Implications of Intuition for Strategic Thinking: Practical Recommendations for Gut Thinkers

Kutschera, Ida; Ryan, Mike H.
June 2009
SAM Advanced Management Journal (07497075);Summer2009, Vol. 74 Issue 3, p12
Academic Journal
The article discusses the balance between what literature say and what managers do with intuition that is intensified by the understanding of strategic thinking. It states that people, decision makers, and managers take in combinations of strategic and intuitive thinking almost all the time. Managers should recognize that their intuition brings an important role in comprehending and reacting to business problems. It mentions that a more beneficial understanding of the procedures and how they may be amended will permit managers to advance to turn more qualified and capable gut thinkers.


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