Stanford's Professor Jonathan Levav is coming to São Paulo. Join us!
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Stanford's Professor Jonathan Levav is coming to São Paulo. Join us!

Stanford's Professor Jonathan Levav is coming to São Paulo. Join us!

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WHAT SHAPES OUR DECISIONS?

Managers, like regular people, make intuitive judgments all the time. They use various cues from the environment and integrate them—that is, mentally put them together—in order to form their judgment. We will look at the ways in which intuition can be flawed, why it's flawed, and what to do about it. We will discuss the situations where intuition is important; the news won't all be bad!

Jonathan Levav, Associate Professor of Marketing


Free Event, Registration Required

Please join us! Drinks and appetizers will be available. Space is limited, so please be sure to register and let us know if your plans change so we can admit others.


Invite a Woman Leader to Join You!

Men and women are both encouraged to attend this event! Stanford is committed to increasing the number of women who take part in our programs, and so we ask you to please consider inviting one or more experienced women leaders to join you — women who will not only enjoy this event, but who might also be great candidates for Stanford Executive Education Programs, some of which are available online.


Questions? Please contact Fin O’Hara at finohara@stanford.edu.

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