Rok wydania: 2021
Numer czasopisma: 12
Słowa kluczowe: intuicja, racjonalna analiza, proces podejmowania decyzji, zarządzanie
Strony: 1-2
Język publikacji: Angielski
Determinanty wykorzystania intuicji w podejmowaniu decyzji kierowniczych
Kamila Malewska
Abstrakt

Celem artykułu jest określenie jakie determinanty wpływają na wykorzystanie intuicji w praktyce podejmowania decyzji. Dążąc do realizacji tak sformułowanego celu przeprowadzone zostały badania empiryczne na grupie 300 osób zarządzających. Wpływ poszczególnych determinant na stopień wykorzystania intuicji w procesach decyzyjnych określony został przy wykorzystaniu modelu regresji prostej.

Artykuł składa się z czterech zasadniczych części. W pierwszej podjęto próbę zdefiniowana niejednoznacznego pojęcia intuicji oraz określenia jego cech charakterystycznych. Następnie dokonano przeglądu literatury z obszaru intuicji w zarządzaniu w celu zidentyfikowania potencjalnych determinant zastosowania intuicji w procesach decyzyjnych. Umożliwiło to sformułowania autorskiej typologii czynników wpływających na wykorzystanie intuicji w praktyce. W dalszej części zaprezentowano wyniki badań będące weryfikacją zaproponowanej, w części literaturowej artykułu, typologii. Artykuł kończą wnioski oraz rekomendacje dotyczące przyszłych kierunków badań.

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