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Prise de décision et contextes extrêmes. Le cas des acteurs d’une chaîne des secours d’urgence

Josselin Guarnelli, Jean-Fabrice Lebraty and Ivan Pastorelli

Revue française de gestion, 2016, vol. N° 257, issue 4, 111-127

Abstract: The aim of this article is to understand how an expert behaves in an emergency situation. As theoretical framework, we used the naturalistic decision making approach. In emergency situation, our results reveal a higher percentage of leaders (decision makers that based their decision upon internal information) rather than followers (those who based their decisions upon external information). We argue that new decisions can emerged based upon the hybridization of past experiences.

Date: 2016
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