Do you think like a Hedgehog or a Fox?

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Abstract The metaphor of the hedgehog and the fox is frequently used in management practice to describe fundamental differences in information processing. Empirical evidence indicates that simple categorizations fall short and hybrid forms are possible - individuals can show tendencies towards fox-like as well as hedgehog-like characteristics. [http://dialoguereview.com/think-like-hedgehog-fox-timo-meynhardt-carolin-hermann-stefan-anderer/]
Authors Meynhardt, Timo; Hermann, Carolin & Anderer, Stefan
Journal or Publication Title Dialogue Review
Language English
Keywords Cognitive style, decision-making, hedgehog-fox-metaphor
Subjects social sciences
HSG Classification contribution to practical use / society
Refereed No
Date 10 June 2015
Publisher LID Publishing
Number 8
Page Range 62-65
Number of Pages 4
Depositing User Dr. Carolin Hermann
Date Deposited 09 Jun 2015 15:00
Last Modified 20 Jul 2022 17:24
URI: https://www.alexandria.unisg.ch/publications/241523

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Meynhardt, Timo; Hermann, Carolin & Anderer, Stefan: Do you think like a Hedgehog or a Fox? In: Dialogue Review (2015), 8, S. 62-65.

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