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  • The Irrationality of Sacrifice In Satisficing

    One of the greatest recognitions about organizational decision-making is Nobel Laureate, Herbert Simon‘s notion of “satisficing”. Satisficing is the maximizing of multiple divergent inputs toward a goal based on a weighting of divergent parts. While the end product is rarely ideal from the perspective of any discrete participant’s perspective, its measure of utility is in [...]


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