Why do some managers prefer action over the status quo?

Managers constantly face choices between doing something and doing nothing, committing themselves to action, change or simply retaining the status quo. While some take decisions without too much rumination, others spend more time and effort deliberating. A new study by Melvyn HAMSTRA from IÉSEG has analyzed how instinctive behavioral traits impact the way managers make decisions.

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