Merger Lesson from a Nobel Prize-Winning Psychologist
Kahneman is the shrink. Funny thing is, he won the
Nobel not in psychology, but in economic sciences.
People describe Dr. Kahneman as “One of the
greatest psychologists and deepest thinkers of our
time” . . . “An intellectual giant” . . . “Among the
most influential psychologists in history and certainly
the most important psychologist alive today.”
His latest book, Thinking Fast and Slow, is a bestseller.
And it’s worth your thirty bucks. Scattered
through the 500 pages you’ll find big surprises
about you. Many of these insights also will help
you understand why people act the way they do
during merger integration.
Here’s an example from the book, in my words: .. .
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