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Decisions taken by two heads not always better than one

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Important boardroom decisions and those relating to family matters are often taken by a number of heads – two, three or more. But are they any better than those made by a single head? Not always, says a new study. “People who make judgments by working with someone else are more confident in those judgments. As a result they take less input More...

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