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Cognition. Nuanced perspective, owning the weight, dark hours.

Cognition. Nuanced perspective, owning the weight, dark hours.
By Mary Trigiani • Issue #1009 • View online
The scholarship on decisions is abundant. Driven greatly by the work sponsored in the world’s business schools, from psychology to case analysis, we learn that sound decisions come from open minds and even open hearts. In a renaissance, we decide to optimize the worst as well as the best.

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