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Decision Making. Do you have, Inattentional Blindness, Search Satisfaction and miss the Gorilla? – Chris Bolton

Blog post by: Chris Bolton Twitter@whatsthepont

A Question: In a typical workplace situation, what percentage of information available do you scan (use) to make decisions?

Please use the scale below to indicate your answer:

img_6190Your Answer?

  • In the range 60-70% of available information?
  • Up to 75%? (I’m a logical and rational person)
  • MORE than 75%? (I deal in the evidence!)

Read the rest at source – great read: Decision Making. Do you have, Inattentional Blindness, Search Satisfaction and miss the Gorilla?

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