A game simulation was used to observe 355 bankers and their information seeking and decision processes. Although hypotheses about organizational behavior were not fully supported, it was clear from the study that organization that used more total sources of information were more successful.
interpretation, leadership, organizational behavior, information
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Isabella, Lynn A. and Waddock, Sandra A., "A Preliminary Empirical Test of Daft and Weick's Typology of Oganizations as Interpretive Systems" (1988). Working Papers. 140.