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Why Good Managers Make Bad Decisions

This course provides an overview of the concepts, approaches, and vocabulary of evidence-based management (EBM) and provides an understanding of how experts in many disciplines can employ evidenced based decision making. EBM is an emerging movement in business to explicitly use the current best information in management decision making with special emphasis on relevant scientific findings and unbiased organizational facts. The course stresses how individuals practicing EBM learn how to rethink their approaches to data and knowledge in order to make more effective decisions. Why do smart managers make flawed decisions? Why do managers keep believing they have made the right choice, even with disastrous results staring them in the face? Why Good Managers Make Bad Decisions will address how evidence-based management and other decisionmaking tools can be used to uncover hidden assumptions in the corner offices of great corporations.

Sister Courses: BMGT289A, BMGT289B, BMGT289D, BMGT289E, BMGT289F, BMGT289J, BMGT289K, BMGT289L, BMGT289M

Fall 2021

46 reviews
Average rating: 4.09

Winter 2021

43 reviews
Average rating: 4.19

Average GPA: 3.10 between 2,504 students

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