MGMT 371 Class #25_Learning Change and Innovation II_for students

MGMT 371 Class #25_Learning Change and Innovation II_for students

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Learning, Change, & Innovation II MGMT 371 – Class Session #25 Wednesday, October 22 nd , 2008 Prof. Marc H. Anderson
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Outline of Today’s Class Special Quiz #6 Review Movie Clips Reserved Thus Far Change, Learning, and Innovation Why is change so difficult? Discussion of Handouts Video Clip and Discussion
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Movie Clips Reserved Thus Far Men of Honor Braveheart The Pursuit of Happyness
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Superstitious Learning Learning that “occurs when the subjective experience of learning is compelling but the connections between actions and outcomes is misspecified” (Source: Levitt & March, 1988) Action taken, outcome observed, causality attributed ( but to the wrong agent ) EXAMPLES: Illusion of Control, Pigeons
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Regression to the Mean “When two variables are imperfectly related, extreme values—high or low—on one of the variables tend to be matched by less extreme values on the other” (p. 25). This is called regression to the mean . “As a consequence, very
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MGMT 371 Class #25_Learning Change and Innovation II_for students

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