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Decoding Decision Making in a Fatigued World
29 October, 2020 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm UTC+9Free
The world this year has seen severe exhaustion and burnout. Leaders have been bombarded with challenges never seen before. Citizens have had to adapt to changing lockdowns and health protocols. Families have altered their personal and social lifestyles drastically. Making decisions in such a complex environment leads to decision fatigue.
On 29 October our Corporate member IE University organizes in collaboration with the Spanish Chambers of Commerce network in Asia, the online Master Class ‘Decoding Decision Making in a Fatigued World’ imparted by IE Professor Kirti Jain.
In this masterclass, we will explore what decision fatigue is and its consequences. Professor Jain will lay out guidelines to help decode your decision-making patterns and discuss processes through which we can continue to make robust decisions.
We look forward to meeting you on-line soon!
Date: Thursday, 29 October 2020
Place: Zoom Online Webinar
Time: 18:00 – 19:00 JST
Registration: Registration Form
Registration Deadline: Thursday, 29 October, 12:00pm
Free, Only for SpCCJ Members
This is a SpCCJ Members Only Event.
Are you not a Member yet? Find out more about the membership category and benefits on our website and contact us at [email protected] Membership available from JPY10,000/year.
Dr. Kriti Jain is a leading management expert with a unique inter-disciplinary background specializing in decision-making and risk management, especially in the strategic contexts of top leadership and public policy. Her research work has been published many journals including, Management Science, Harvard Business Review & Journal of Behavioural Decision Making.
She is on the advisory board of several businesses, is a public speaker and regular media commentator. Before joining full-time academics, Kriti worked with McKinsey and Co. on risk management projects focusing on energy and materials sector for global clients based in Europe and Middle East.