When It’s Safe to Rely on Intuition

(and when it’s not)
Published in Harvard Business Review
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Connson explores whether or not we can rely on our own intuition when making decisions.

She uses findings from decision-making research to draw conclusions and outlines the three conditions under which it is safe to rely on intuition: when we have relevant expertise, when the problem is unstructured, and when time is limited. 

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