Intuition is a vitally important concept in strategic decision making research because it enables decision-makers to rapidly detect patterns in dynamic environments in order to cope with the time-pressured, ill-structured and non-routine nature of strategic decision-making. Despite a growing body of conceptual literature emphasising the importance of intuition in strategic decision-making; there has been very little development of theory explaining the contextual factors that cause intuition to be used in the strategic decision-making process. This paper demonstrates that by integrating different contextual variables a clear understanding of the influences on the use of intuition in strategic decision-making can be developed. This article develops an integrative theoretical model together with testable research propositions, which if empirically examined, would make a substantial contribution to knowledge.
|Number of pages||1|
|Publication status||Published - 9 Oct 2012|
|Event||SMS 32nd annual international conference - Prague, Czech Republic|
Duration: 6 Oct 2012 → 9 Oct 2012
|Conference||SMS 32nd annual international conference|
|Period||6/10/12 → 9/10/12|