|April 24, 2012|
|12:00 pm||to||1:30 pm|
Harvard Club of the Research Triangle, working with the NC Triangle alumni clubs of University of Chicago, Dartmouth, MIT, Princeton, Stanford and Wharton, is pleased to present a lunch program:
Why Smart People Can Make Not-So-Smart Decisions
Date: Tuesday, April 24, 2012
Time: 12:00 PM (talk begins at 12:30 PM)
Speaker: Dave Hofmann, UNC Kenan-Flagler Professor of Organizational Behavior
Location: Living Hope Center, Brassfield Business Center, 5475 Lumley Rd, Suite 102, Durham
Cost: $20 (includes box lunch)
We all pride ourselves on making good decisions – we’re smart, capable, and owe much of our success to the good decisions that we’ve made over the years. But, how much do we really think about how we make decisions and how others around us are making decisions? And how much do we think about how many decisions we actually make through the course of day? Through a fast-paced and interactive session, Dave will help you better understand how we make many of our decisions very quickly and efficiently. But efficiency can come at a cost, and Dave will help us understand how the same things that make us good at making decisions can lead us astray.
Please provide your email address so we can send you a 5-min survey, which you need to complete before the program.
We hope to see you there!