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Overview of the Decision-Making Procedure

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Chapter 6 introduces the general heuristic decision-making procedure which is afterwards explained in detail in Chaps. 7–11. First the value of a general heuristic decision-making procedure is assessed through a comparison with intuitive decision-making and with special heuristic decision-making procedures. Next the seven steps of the procedure are briefly described. Finally the basis of the proposed procedure is explained and the underlying heuristic principals are introduced.

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Grünig, R., Kühn, R. (2013). Overview of the Decision-Making Procedure. In: Successful Decision-Making. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-32307-2_6

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