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Book Review: The Choice Factory by Rod Gillies, Whyte & Mackay

Book Review: The Choice Factory by Rod Gillies, Whyte & Mackay

And, although it’s probably futile, I’ve started to make conscious efforts to work out when unconscious bias might be influencing my own decision-making. Beyond my...Read more
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Author: The Marketing Society
Posted: 07 Jan 2019
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