Daniel Kahneman

  • The Importance of Stupid, Irrational Decisions

    The Importance of Stupid, Irrational Decisions

    September 6, 2013 | By: | In: Innovation Psychology, Organization & Culture

    Summer is for relaxing, but also for reading books in more depth. During his vacation Bengt Järrehult read Daniel Kahneman’s book Thinking Fast and Slow for the second time and more thoroughly. Here are Bengt’s thoughts on how Prospect Theory applies to innovation related decisions – the decisions that may seem stupid and irrational – but are they really?

  • How-to-Understand-the-Notoriously-Irrational-Consumer

    How to Understand the Notoriously Irrational Consumer

    February 28, 2012 | By: | In: Innovation Psychology

    Companies put in lots of Market Research efforts to nail down the needs, wants, wishes and whims of the elusive consumers. But, how reliable are the results? Are there logical – or illogical – reasons why consumers sometimes say one thing and still do the other? In this blog, Bengt Järrehult uses the findings of Daniel Kahneman, the Nobel Laureate in Economy 2002 to understand more of this in the area of innovation.

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