1st Edition

Developing Informed Intuition for Decision-Making

By Jay Liebowitz Copyright 2020
    224 Pages
    by Taylor & Francis

    222 Pages
    by Taylor & Francis

    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.

    1. Intuitive Leadership: A Neurological, Psychological, and Quantum Approach to Heighten Intelligence, Innovation, and Performance. 2. Thinking Outside the Brain™: For Accurate Intuition. 3. Establishing Intuitive Faculties: Receptivity, Awareness, and Interpretation. 4. Intuitive Managers across Organizations and Gender. 5. Solving the Impossible: How to Harness Three Diverse Intuitions in Teams. 6. Intuition and Deliberation in Morality and Cooperation: An Overview of the Literature. 7. Integrating Reason and Intuition: An Integrative Approach to Objectivizing Subtle Cues.8. How to Filter Cognitive Bias from Intuition: Evolved Decision-Making: A Hunch? 9. The Role of Intuition in Risk/Benefit Decision-Making with Research Human Subjects. 10. On Leading and Making Data-Driven Decisions, or Not. 11. Studying Intuition and Creativity: Identifying Intuition-Rich Contexts and Candidated for Research.


    Dr. Jay Liebowitz is the Distinguished Chair of Applied Business and Finance at Harrisburg University of Science and Technology. He previously was the Orkand Endowed Chair of Management and Technology in the Graduate School at the University of Maryland University College (UMUC). He served as a Professor in the Carey Business School at Johns Hopkins University. He was ranked one of the top 10 knowledge management researchers/practitioners out of 11,000 worldwide, and was ranked #2 in KM Strategy worldwide according to the January 2010 Journal of Knowledge Management. At Johns Hopkins University, he was the founding Program Director for the Graduate Certificate in Competitive Intelligence and the Capstone Director of the MS-Information and Telecommunications Systems for Business Program, where he engaged over 30 organizations in industry, government, and not-for-profits in capstone projects.