Part of the Organizational Change and Innovation book series (OCI, volume 1)


Here we go! This is the final section of this book on rationality and decision making. After this tour of my thoughts on some of the most important aspects of individual and organizational life, the final question that every author has to address at the end of his/her work is, “What have we accomplished?”


Decision Maker Extendable Rationality External Resource Bounded Rationality Organizational Life 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of ManagementUniversity of Wisconsin-La CrosseLa CrosseUSA

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