Decision Making in the Workplace: A Unified Perspective

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of interconnectiom. The challenge we pose here for image theory is to elucidate these clusterings and interconnections within the minds of particular decision makers. It seems unlikely that the networks we discover will invariably follow the chaste minimalism specified by SEU theory.

Image theory, though a recent formulation, has succeeded in framing interesting new work and has the potential to be the framework for much more. To read over the chapters in this book is to see a cup a long way from empty. Perhaps this chapter will help to suggest ways in which it might be both filled and expanded.


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