Decisions adds Kristin Omholt-Jensen to its Board of Directors, where she joins members Andre Berg Edvardsen, Torstein Harildstad, Oddleif Halvorsen, Espen Tidemann Jørgensen and Jørgen Solberg.
Today, Decisions releases an update to boost how customers can use OneNote for more successful meetings.
Daniel Kahneman is the 2002 recipient of the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences, notable for his work on the psychology of judgment and decision-making, as well as behavioral economics. His research is the basis for the Decisions Meeting Engagement Score™, which assess and predicts the likely success of a meeting from indicators of attendee preparedness and agenda creation.
Kahneman challenges assumptions of human rationality prevailing in modern economic therapy. Organization psychologist and Decisions advisor Knut Ivar Karevold shares: “Kahneman’s work is the foundation for those of us who study after him. In my own work and through consulting with Decisions, we are able to identify that individual biases and over-reliance on ‘gut reactions’ leads to poor decision-making in settings such as meetings. This can have devastating effects on business performance.”
This week, Decisions made a series of exciting announcements about the company’s growth!
This article is part of a series to introduce you to the team behind Decisions who helps our customers plan, organize and run more successful meetings.
Decisions extends Microsoft Teams with a meeting management solution that integrates into the existing collaborative Teams experience.
The team at Decisions is committed to helping users host meetings worth their time! This week we will release some exciting improvements to user functionality.
This week Decisions was featured in two notable Norwegian publications. The first, Finansavisen, is a business newspaper covering financial news.
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