Intuition in BusinesswithWeston Agor

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This video is a special release from the original Thinking Allowed series that ran on public television from 1986 until 2002. It was recorded in about 1992. 

Weston Agor, former professor of public administration at the University of Texas, El Paso and author of Intuitive Management and The Logic of Intuitive Decision Making, maintains that intuition is a brain skill that organizations must learn to tap in order to remain competitive.  He discusses several ways in which organizations can learn to accomodate intuitive styles. Professor Agor founded the nonprofit Intuition Network.

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Published on February 25, 2023


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