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Game Theory and the Psychology of Fairness

March 8, 2017

Presented by a collaboration of the SDG Decision Education Center and our academic partner, Texas Executive Education

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What are the best ways to approach decisions when there are multiple decision makers, each with different information, motives, and goals? Game Theory can provide useful insights into the competitive and cooperative kinds of strategic decisions regularly made by businesses today. In addition, as a tool, Game Theory can support negotiations, where different points of view and preferences can provide the opportunity both to create greater value and to allocate that value in a mutually beneficial way.


In this thought-provoking webinar presented by Carl Spetzler and Steve Tani – both partners at SDG and experts in decision-making under conditions of uncertainty and complexity – the powerful perspective of Game Theory is discussed, as well as how human nature violates its rationalistic assumptions.

Carl Spetzler
Carl Spetzler has helped top business leaders over 40 years to create innovative new strategies that deal with the complexities of uncertainty and risk over long time horizons. CEO and Chairman of Strategic Decisions Group, he is the lead author of Decision Quality: Value Creation from Better Business Decisions (Wiley, 2016).



Steve Tani
Steve Tani is a partner and fellow at SDG. A highly experienced professional in decision and risk analysis, he has assisted a wide variety of clients in portfolio management, new business entry strategy, capital investment decisions, and new product planning. He is a coauthor of Handbook of Decision Analysis (Wiley, 2013)

This webinar is brought to you by a collaboration with SDG's academic partner, Texas Executive Education at The University of Texas at Austin. Since 1955, Texas Executive Education has been providing businesses and professionals with the resources to lead, think strategically and manage change through its innovative, interactive and impactful programs.

Texas Executive Education is SDG's university partner in the Strategic Decision and Risk Management Certificate Program, a post-graduate curriculum for mid-career professionals that combines the academic and research depth of UT Austin's McCombs School of Business with SDG's real-world consulting experience. For more information on earning a certificate, visit SDRM at Texas Executive Education.

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