This book examines how to develop the main traits that are necessary to become an “informed intuitant”. Case studies and examples of successful “informed intuitants” are a major component of the book. “Intuitant” is someone who has the intuitive awareness to be successful. “Informed intuitant” indicates that the individual/decision maker not only applies his/her intuition but also verifies it through using data-driven approaches (such as data analytics). Some of this work resulted from research examining how well do executives trust their intuition.

chapter Chapter 2|25 pages

Thinking Outside the Brain™: For Accurate Intuition

ByDominique Surel

chapter Chapter 3|20 pages

Establishing Intuitive Faculties: Receptivity, Awareness, and Interpretation

ByJessica Jagtiani

chapter Chapter 4|16 pages

Intuitive Managers across Organizations and Gender

ByJon Aarum Andersen

chapter Chapter 5|17 pages

Solving the Impossible: How to Harness Three Diverse Intuitions in Teams

ByAsta Raami

chapter Chapter 6|13 pages

Intuition and Deliberation in Morality and Cooperation: An Overview of the Literature

ByOzan Isler, Onurcan Yilmaz

chapter Chapter 7|22 pages

Integrating Reason and Intuition: An Integrative Approach to Objectivizing Subtle Cues

BySharda S. Nandram, Gaëtan Mourmant, Puneet K. Bindlish, Danny Sandra

chapter Chapter 8|11 pages

How to Filter Cognitive Bias from Intuition: Evolved Decision-Making: A Hunch?

ByFrancesca McCartney, Kirk Hurford

chapter Chapter 10|13 pages

On Leading and Making Data-Driven Decisions, or Not

ByKenneth Carling