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An assistant professor at IE Business School, Jain’s research focuses on judgment and decision making. She is particularly interested in developing an understanding on how individuals and groups make assessments about future uncertainty and how personality traits, emotions, and decision frames influence judgments. She also maintains interest in areas of negotiation and conflict management.

“When students start designing organizational interventions and test for their consequences, say with experiments, the classes become more meaningful,” she says. “Developing a critical understanding of how their actions, as managers, translate into consequences for the organizations is crucial. I continuously push students to look for evidence before believing any theories.”

More: ie.edu; @drkritijain; kriti-jain.com

 

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  • just ask
    Unless you ask inconvenient questions, chances are you might get stuck in status quo, at the expense of growth and […]
  • Decoding EthicsDecoding Ethics
    Oftentimes, good people end up doing bad things. This can be avoided if we spend a moment thinking about the […]
  • Does language affect the way we think?
    I recently interacted with a group of lawyers to discuss various aspects of decision-making and I was pleasantly surprised to […]