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Latest From Oded Ben-Joseph
Life sciences mergers and acquisitions are typically based on perceived future value rather than objective financial parameters, but the cognitive biases inherent in subjective assessments can derail deals. Executives need to take emotion out of the equation and rely on relevant data to craft successful transactions.
These common examples of narrow thinking can prevent decision-makers from coming up with more than one solution to a particular problem.