Using Gut Feeling or Analytical Analysis?

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Bowen Lou
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Fri 22 Jul 2016 7:33 pm

Hello guys,

I am an MSc student from the University of Surrey, and I need your participation for my dissertation research. The survey is about using intuition or rational analysis when a team is making a project decision. Your participation will be extremely important for my research.

Please help.
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Mon 08 Aug 2016 3:40 pm

It's surprising how often 'gut feeling' is right. I've worked with many successful managers and leaders who've based a lot of their decisions on intuition and have done very well. Some people seem to have the knack of instinctively making the right decision. Not to say some analytical analysis isn't necessary.

In today's fast moving 24 hours business culture, it's likely more important to rely on 'gut feeling' than long analytical processes that slow business down. I suspect many people go with their gut even when the analytical data suggests something different.

Any thoughts?
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Wed 10 Aug 2016 8:34 am

The survey was of great help. Thanks for posting!!
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