Gigerenzer, G., & Gaissmaier, W.

Intuition und Führung.

Gigerenzer, G., & Gaissmaier, W. (2015).  Intuition und Führung.  In M. W. Fröse, S. Kaudela-Baum, & F. E. P. Dievernich (Eds.), Emotion und Intuition in Führung und Organisation.  Heidelberg: Springer. doi: 10.1007/978-3-658-07796-9_2

Alles, was zählt, ist die Intuition. Der intuitive Geist ist ein Geschenk und der rationale Geist ein treuer Diener. Wir haben eine Gesellschaft erschaffen, die den Diener ehrt und das Geschenk vergessen hat.

(Albert Einstein)

Abstract: We describe three major cognitive systems: (1) emotional intuition, (2) deliberate thinking, and (3) intuitive reasoning. Although we argue for the superiority of the third level in most cases, we indicate the value of each level in different circumstances. Not all levels are possible in all circumstances. The distinction between these levels is illustrated in everyday life, moral behavior, romantic relationships, and in leadership and management. While the ability to use all three systems in an optimal manner is to a great extent a matter of natural talent, this ability can be acquired and improved. An essential step is to understand the nature of each system. We offer some such understanding.

Keywords: Führung, Intuition

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