One of the characteristics that makes us uniquely human is our ability to process information, make decisions and learn from the results of those decisions. However, the advent of the digital age has introduced a radical new element into the decision-making equation – especially in the corporate environment.

Today it is possible to access a seemingly limitless amount of data almost instantaneously. However, along with the need to wade through the daily media blitz comes the need to convert information into decisions and then into action at the "speed of thought." In this high-speed unforgiving environment, decision success or failure often falls straight to the bottom line.

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