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August 13, 2022
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Two-thirds of UK CEOs experience ‘decision paralysis’

A report released by Peak, an Artificial Intelligence (AI) company, claims that two-thirds (67 percent) of CEOs and other C-suite executives in the UK have experienced ‘decision paralysis’, defined as an inability to make or decide on a solution or course of action usually caused by over-analysing or overthinking a situation. With the quality of decision making at a premium in the wake of evolving consumer demands, the continued e-commerce boom and the global pandemic, the choices C-level executives make now will determine how quickly they bounce back or whether they recover at all. Peak’s inaugural Decision Intelligence Report 2021…
Two-thirds of UK CEOs experience ‘decision paralysis’

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