Proof of a Bad Strategy…


Kathy Eisenhardt has a classic paper describing how “slow” decision makers tend to explore one alternative until it has completely failed rather than considering other alternatives. When facing uncertainty (noisy signals), managers often need strong evidence before altering their opinions. This video depicts the consequences of waiting for such strong evidence.

Contributed by Russ Coff

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